collarette


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collarette

(ˌkɒləˈrɛt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a woman's fur or lace collar
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The marks of strangulation did not interest me much; they might have been made before, and Mademoiselle Stangerson could have concealed them by a collarette, or any similar article of apparel.
Various kinds of isis, clusters of pure tuft-coral, prickly fungi, and anemones formed a brilliant garden of flowers, decked with their collarettes of blue tentacles, sea-stars studding the sandy bottom.
14) Meanwhile, keratin horn and epidermal collarette are commonly observed in cellular digital fibroma.
Bandsmen from the Shankill and Ballysillan banged the Lambeg drum on the arterial Crumlin Road, followed by lines of white-shirted men wearing the Order's collarette, while only a handful of nationalist residents looked on.
A collarette of epithelium is often seen adjacent to the ulceration, the latter covered by a fibrinopurulent membrane.
It is a solitary round or oval lesion with a central wrinkled salmon coloured area and a darker red peripheral zone separated by a collarette of fine scaling.
These remnants are fine strands of pigmented tissue that arise from the collarette iris and attach to another spot on the iris; they may also extend to the pupillary region (BLACKWOOD et al.
Since the beginning of my practice, I always observe the colon area first and then around what is called the collarette or the autonomic nervous system that emerges from the bowel during the development of the embryo, which represents our nervous, physical, and emotional constitution and its relation with the colon itself, the liver, and the pancreas.
7) Hair collars, a collarette of coarser hair sur rounding bullous or membranous variant of AC, may be indicative of defective neural tube closure.
On the top of these lesions, Biett's collarette was presented typically to be a central clearing and a rim of collarette scales (Fig.
Remarks: Lateral face, hemispherical shell, domed, slightly wavy, with border at the edge of the shell and buccal tube external to the shell, with collarette at the extremity of the pseudostoma.
The features that are most useful for distinguishing among Mucorales are the presence of the rhizoids, the shape of sporangium, the length of sporangiophore, and the shape of columella, the presence or absence of apophysis and collarette, and the organization and branching of stolons (3-12).