cribration


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cri·bra·tion

(kri-brā'shŭn),
1. Sifting; passing through a sieve.
2. The condition of being cribrate or numerously pitted or punctured.

cribration

/crib·ra·tion/ (krĭ-bra´shun)
1. the quality of being cribriform.
2. the process or act of sifting or passing through a sieve.

cri·bra·tion

(kri-brā'shŭn)
1. Sifting; passing through a sieve.
2. The condition of being cribrate or numerously pitted or punctured.

cri·bra·tion

(kri-brā'shŭn)
1. Sifting; passing through a sieve.
2. The condition of being cribrate or numerously pitted or punctured.