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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: - shaped in the form of the black trefoil or clover leaf on some playing cards
formed - having or given a form or shape - shaped in the form of a club that is larger at one end
formed - having or given a form or shape
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He may come out of this with a fine, some jail time, and possibly, a court order forbidding him from coming within 100 feet of a lizard or other sorta club-shaped animal.
These include split brow tines (one with an easy-to-identify crab claw), clusters of points protruding upward and outward and a club-shaped drop tine off the left main beam.
Key to the Afrotropical species of Heriaeus Females 1 Abdomen bearing short club-shaped or blunt setae (Fig.
Red disks, hand stencils and club-shaped drawings lining the walls of several Stone Age caves in Spain were painted so long ago that Neandertals might have been their makers, say researchers armed with a high-powered method for dating ancient stone.
A large club-shaped symbol in the famous polychrome chamber at Altamira was found to be at least 35,600 years old, indicating that painting started there 10,000 years earlier than previously thought, and that the cave was revisited and painted a number of times over a period spanning more than 20,000 years.
4); male pygofer ventrally with a median club-shaped projection and a pair of lanceolate lobes laterally (Fig.
7) Sialography may demonstrate only a portion of the Wharton duct as a club-shaped dilation of its proximal end; it may fail to show the rest of the submandibular gland.
This is a traditional chaise with a club-shaped curved arm and solid birch feet, a dark finish and brass castors.
Large club-shaped decanters, miniature liquor bottles shaped like balls and a host of other contemporary golf memorabilia can comprise or balance a collection.
on the glass, shorter club-shaped tentacle modified to form sex-organ,