phrygian cap

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phryg·i·an cap

in cholecystography, an incomplete septum or a fold in the gallbladder, the shape of which suggests the liberty cap of the French Revolution.
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To be fair to the Council leader, Stan Yapp, he did stop short of reaching for his cap of liberty and declaring a republic there and then.