wormlike


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Adj.1.wormlike - totally submissive
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wormlike

a. vermicular, vermiforme.
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Caused by tiny wormlike parasites called schistosomes, "they penetrate the skin and trigger an immune response in the form of red spots that can persistently itch."
Also, in the final scene of the book a group of people emerge from under the earth in a way that's very wormlike. In the end, though, sometimes the task of a translator consists in choosing between options that are only partially satisfactory.
Here, you must be aware that it is imperative that you shoot down the host's suggestion of a cup of tea (the Brits left us with this horrid habit of drinking tea), because tea comes with fried, wormlike stuff, called savouries and very sweet biscuits that you dip into your tea.
The course will build a basic understanding of key aspects of surfactant chemistry/structure, discuss self-assembly in surfactant systems including highlighting properties of some of the key surfactant microstructures encountered in personal care products such as wormlike micelles and lamellar gel phases.
WatchGuard Technologies' information security predictions for 2019 include the emergence of vaporworms, a new breed of fileless malware with wormlike properties to self-propagate through vulnerable systems, along with a takedown of the internet itself and ransomware targeting utilities and industrial control systems.
A constellation of wormlike patterns that swirl toward the center of the eye is rendered with detailed density.
(4) The wormlike pattern of invasion seen in LGEESS is similar to that of infiltration seen in the large, nested variant of urothelial carcinoma.
Specific formulations are available to deliver surface textures that range from a fine roughness, through a spine like structure to a unique wormlike appearance.
Although current knowledge is uncertain, the Mexican marigold (Tagetes minuta) is sometimes used in an attempt to control root knot nematodes - wormlike animals found on the roots of some plants that can lead to stunted growth.
When the thickener is exposed to aqueous solution, the surfactant molecules are released and diffused rapidly under the influence of polar substances and aggregated to form wormlike micelles.
The wormlike or book-like aggregation of K1 (Figures 6(d), 13(b), and 13(d)) was mainly in feldspar dissolution pores and residual primary pores which had been partially filled by Cc2 (Figure 6(c)).