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Ridges of beach material extending seaward from the beach face with intervening troughs.
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The teeth have a five-cuspid crown with large central and lateral cusps and small intermediate cusps.
Variety of procedures have been adopted for repair of prolapsing aortic valve cusps in DCSA patients.
Whenever Venus approaches within 15[degrees] of the Sun, faint bluish-white wisps of light begin to extend from the needle-sharp cusps (tips) of the crescent.
Material and Methods: The thickness of functional and non-functional cusps for both complete cast and metal ceramic crowns fabricated in the dental laboratories of multiple teaching hospitals were measured using Iwanson gauge.
Results: The thickness of atrial and ventricular walls along with lengths of valvular cusps increased in hearts of day 7 and day 10 chick embryos in experimental group.
Mandibular second premolar has two different type traits depending upon the number of cusps.
The variables considered included the degree of relief of the cusps (high or low) and the shape of the sharpest cusp (whether anterior or posterior), which was scored as sharp, rounded, or blunt (Fortelius and Solounias, 2000; Franz-Odendaal and Kaiser, 2003).
The wall of the aorta was flattened to visualize the sinu-aortic ridge, the cusps, number and position of the coronary ostia.
The third premolars have prominent main cusps and smaller lingual posterior cusps (Figs.
Hattab et al classified talon cusps into 3 types based on the degree of cusp formation and its extension,
It is a small polyglyphanodontian distinguished by tall, slender teeth with large central cusps separated from small accessory cusps by lingual grooves," Politico quoted the researchers, as writing in the journal.