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Adj.1.weblike - having open interstices or resembling a webweblike - having open interstices or resembling a web
reticular, reticulate - resembling or forming a network; "the reticulate veins of a leaf"; "a reticulated highway system"
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Adam's doubts and fears melted under this influence as the delicate weblike clouds had gradually melted away into the clear blue above him.
Thus, throughout the organization of the Oligarchy, our own organization, weblike and spidery, was insinuating itself.
Like a le Carre novel, it has a complex, weblike structure that creates a nuanced and compelling account of the massacre and its fallout.
Weblike Evans, KakamegaYou are free as a citizen of Kakamega to engage with the county institutions over any issue of concern to you.
After Davidson dissolved the third dogma of empiricism--the scheme-content distinction--all that was left of empiricism in the tradition from Locke and Hume to Russell and Carnap was American pragmatism, long aware that knowledge and inquiry are more weblike than pyramid-like, more holistic than foundational, more fallibilistic than apodictic.
is relational and weblike in character, and hence that the organic,
The wide stance and weblike backrest of SP01 's powder-coated Chee bent wire chair create a distinctive silhouette.
The facility includes a hanging bridge, rope courses and the 'sapot,' a large weblike platform on which to view the Laguna de Bay.
This microcatheter was indicated for use in treatment of tumors supplied by tortuous, diminutive vessels and even weblike atretic vessels such as arteries following multiple rounds of prior TACE or in severely cirrhotic livers.
In December 2016, Martijn Kitzen (1978) defended his PhD thesis The Course of Co-option: Co-option of Local Power-Holders as a Tool for Obtaining Control Over the Population in Counterinsurgency Campaigns in Weblike Societies, With Case Studies on Dutch Experiences During the Aceh War (1873-c.
Illuminate the egg from below, and look for a weblike network of blood vessels surrounding what's obviously a chicken embryo.
Behind its cracked metal facade one finds a steeply pitched crevasse of a staircase, watched over by a weblike canopy.