tree-shaped


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Adj.1.tree-shaped - resembling a tree in form and branching structuretree-shaped - resembling a tree in form and branching structure; "arborescent coral found off the coast of Bermuda"; "dendriform sponges"
branchy - having many branches; "a branchy tree trunk"
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The University of California at San Francisco transplant and pulmonary surgeon Georg Wieselthaler said he and his team were 'astonished' when they saw the bronchial tree-shaped blood clot.
This paper gives commitment about multiband fractal tree-shaped MSA with increment in size, minimal effort, and omnidirectional radiation pattern with less side lobe level.
Tabat el Shagra (High Ground tree-shaped) Tabat el Shagra (High Ground tree-shaped) -- File Photo Tabat el Shagra is located 10 kilometers from the Ismailia governorate.
A Cardiff council spokesman said this week: "The artificial tree, sourced from China, is a 40m high tree-shaped structure covered in golden baubles with all decorations and illuminations pre-attached.
"The artificial tree, sourced from China, is a 40m high, tree-shaped structure covered in golden baubles with all decorations and illuminations pre-attached.
"The artificial tree, sourced from China, is a 40m-high, tree-shaped structure covered in golden baubles with all decorations and illuminations pre-attached.
The custom lineup spans more than 3,000 SKUs, including patented shapes with various capacities and colors, plus seasonal and promotional items ranging from maple leaf- to Christmas tree-shaped packages.
| Don't forget the mantelpiece; dress it with festive-themed details, such as Christmas tree-shaped candles.
According to Sport24, Maradona has claimed that Oliva stole hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of watches, diamond earrings and other jewellery from him in Dubai, where the Argentine works as a sports promoter and has a mansion on Palm Jumeira, a palm tree-shaped artificial island.
[13] introduced the bucket brigade to complex assembly lines, describing the assembly of products with two subcomponents as a tree-shaped assembly line, but their models did not take the worker's walk-back time into consideration because it can be neglected since workers assemble products in just one location, which may make sense when they assemble products on the same factory floor.
It is valid for tree-shaped networks and subtrees of complex networks.