tongue-shaped


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Adj.1.Tongue-shaped - shaped like a tonguetongue-shaped - shaped like a tongue      
rounded - curving and somewhat round in shape rather than jagged; "low rounded hills"; "rounded shoulders"
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By examining the fossils, geologists found that one tree species dominated this ancient landscape -- the Glossopteris, with its tongue-shaped leaves that were shed each winter.
Neither Vietnam nor the Philippines has laid claim to the whole of the South China Sea, as China does through the notorious nine-dash line-a huge tongue-shaped territorial claim first put forward after World War II by the Chinese Nationalist government and later embraced by the communists.
Neither Vietnam nor the Philippines has laid claim to the whole of the South China Sea, as China does through the notorious "nine-dash line" -- a huge tongue-shaped territorial claim first put forward after World War II by the Chinese Nationalist government and later embraced by the Communists.
The map features 10-dash lines instead of the popularly known "nine" dashes to mark a huge area of the waters in a tongue-shaped encirclement as Chinese territory.
In tongue-shaped fractures, the posterior articular facet is contiguous with the posterior tuberosity.
It is fitting, then, that for "Freak Out," a group exhibition at Greene Naftali Gallery in New York concurrent with "Parade," Imhof contributed Freund I/II and I Remember, both 2013: two stoic, tongue-shaped sculptures.
Look on the trunks of eucalyptus trees for a large, reddish-brown, tongue-shaped fungus.
Juxta quadrate, with long concavity medially, with tongue-shaped median flap and triangular membranous lateral lobes medially, slightly concave on caudal margin.
It is 9 x 8cm, with a very different motif of tongue-shaped curved lines, repeated internally four times, with a single straight line along the interior length of the tongue (Figure 1).
punctatus Heyns in particular on the basis of short and comparatively robust body, robust odontostyle with aperture of about one-half length, a thin cardiac disc, short tongue-shaped cardia and in the absence of male.
First described in the mid-1990s, infantile perineal protrusion (IPP) is characterized by a soft, smooth, rose-colored, tongue-shaped, skin tag--like lesion located along the median raphe of the perineum just anterior to the anus, explained Dr.