hairlike


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Adj.1.hairlike - long and slender with a very small internal diameter; "a capillary tube"
thin - of relatively small extent from one surface to the opposite or in cross section; "thin wire"; "a thin chiffon blouse"; "a thin book"; "a thin layer of paint"
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It was a fine September evening, just before sunset, when yellow lights struggle with blue shades in hairlike lines, and the atmosphere itself forms a prospect without aid from more solid objects, except the innumerable winged insects that dance in it.
Stationing with his pushcart in a street in the working-class district of Al Mataria in northern Cairo, Sobhy sprinkles water over his goods in order to tame their hairlike thorns.
Hairlike scales cover their bodies and produce the vibrant colorations that make peacock spiders so striking.
Ciliated cells are comprised of hairlike estimate (cilia) from their surface, which enables them to move with mucus settings backward and forward.
Ciliated cells are comprised of hairlike projection (cilia) from their surface area, which permits them to move through mucous atmospheres back and forth.
Each pore contains cells with hairlike processes, similar to those of the inner ear.
The old L-shaped one was tiny, almost hairlike, and easy to lose.
Most remarkably, in Thorns, 2011-13, a barely visible skein of shimmery, messy, hairlike lines covers a window, its vertical blinds left half-open.
When applying brow products use a hardangled brush and apply your brow colour in soft, short, hairlike strokes.
PCD affects tiny, hairlike structures that line the airways and causes bacteria to remain - leading to breathing problems, infections and other disorders.
1993) reported that the aesthetascs (small hairlike end organs on the antennular flagella) in Macrobrachium spp.