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car·i·nate

 (kăr′ə-nāt′, -nĭt) also car·i·nat·ed (-nā′tĭd)
adj.
Shaped like or having a carina or keel; ridged.
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Adj.1.carinated - having a ridge or shaped like a ridge or suggesting the keel of a ship; "a carinate sepal"
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It is only possible to deduce that vessels had round bases, simple spherical morphologies--in which carinated or necked forms are absent--, in some cases with incised or impressed decoration and with knobs or handles.
Objects include several distinctive types of earthenware pottery, with carinated bowls, high-fired orange ware, line and wave ware, relatively high-fired matte-surfaced semi-fine ware bowls, and to a lesser extent kendi, being the most common diagnostic Dvaravati types (fig.
The carinated vessel placed as an external good could be associated with either body.
Propodeum with areolate sculpture, lateral and median propodeal carinae present, transversely carinated in the region comprised between the lateral carinae (Fig.
In the Solomon Islands, pig bone was found with plain pottery, including a carinated bowl, at the Sikumango (Be.
Abdomen dorsally carinated on all somites, except on somite 1; somites 3-6 with a posteromesial tooth, that of somite 3 longer than any other.
Jaffa: Rauchberger 2010 (red-slipped carinated bowl, imitation of Assyrian ware).
Aperture wide and columella flattened, whorls variously carinated, and are found at low water mark.
While Engle's specimens have apparently been lost (Unger 1978), he did provide a detailed description in which he stated that the rostrum was carinated and the first pair of abdominal appendages had free tips that were "long and slender, not recurve.
Animal of moderate size, up to 27x 14 mm, moderately elevated, back evenly arched, not carinated, valves not beaked.
2) with long and stout process producing backward, longitudinally carinated above, with apex truncated and this surface medially impressed, laterally with apical side lobes produced ventrally.