crenulated


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cren·u·late

 (krĕn′yə-lĭt, -lāt′) or cren·u·lat·ed (-lā′tĭd)
adj.
Having a margin or contour with shallow, usually rounded notches and projections; finely notched or scalloped: a crenulate leaf; a crenulate coastline.

[New Latin crēnulātus, from crēnula, diminutive of Medieval Latin crēna, notch.]

cren′u·la′tion n.
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Adj.1.crenulated - having a margin with small rounded teeth; "a crenulate leaf"
rough - of the margin of a leaf shape; having the edge cut or fringed or scalloped
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Styled like a red-coloured castle with six crenulated towers, it opened to public in 1903.
Cardinal process stout or wedged, narrowing towards the umbo; notothyrial platform continues anteriorly as wide median ridge up to the thickened and crenulated anterior margin.
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The window balustrades, the crenulated stones (both found below building phase II
Culture Time (days) Stage Figure 4 0 Pediveliger larva with eyespot A Planktonic stage with start of settling stage Rudimentary extensible foot Active velum 2 Metamorphosis Foot in development Loss of velum cilia 7 Post larva B Benthic stage Functional foot Without velum Secretion of dissoconch 9 First ornaments (thorn shape) C in prodissoconch Formation of growth lines 15 Formation of ribs in shell margin D 19 Increase in number of ribs E Crenulated shell border 27 Juvenile F Ribs formed (n = 26), separated by deep interspaces Elevated convex growth under the umbo in the shell center Ornaments form a dark-brown tone in the periostracum 37 Square shell with central elevation, G morphological characteristics of an adult of the species Time 0, culture start.
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As we gazed across the courtyard, admiring the minaret with its unusual exterior spiral staircase, I spotted two figures climbing upward, above the crenulated walls.
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