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fleshy

(flesh´e)
1. pertaining to or resembling flesh.
2. characterized by abundant flesh.
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One of the two different kinds of algae is thread-like while the other has fleshy colonies.
pterygoideus dorsalis lateralis (Pt D Lat) (Figures 2 and 3) takes origin from caudally oriented fleshy fibers on the surface of the dorsocaudal palate.
Pterosaurs, flying reptiles that lived at the same time as dinosaurs, had fleshy wings supported by a short bone called the pteroid bone and by a long finger bone.
Pokeweed will return yearly from its massive fleshy root mass unless, for safety's sake, you dig it out before it gets any larger.
But no one had suspected that they -- or other dinosaurs, for that matter -- had fleshy structures on the tops of their heads.
But no one had suspected that they- or other dinosaurs, for that matter- had fleshy structures on the tops of their heads.
Length and maximum width of its fleshy belly and tendon were measured with the help of digital vernier caliper, thread and scale.
Often these fleshy growths need to be trimmed back as they bleed when the dog eats.
Strawberries, apples, melons, bananas and many other fleshy fruits share some characteristics with tomatoes, so information about the genes and pathways involved in fruit ripening can potentially be applied to these products.
Whenever I look in the mirror all I see are the growing crow's feet, the receding hair, the unshaven chin and little fleshy eyes" - Actor Ralph Fiennes.
com), which has fleshy stone fruit flavours without the use of oak, and Vinas del Vero Chardonnay 2010, Spain (pounds 9.
A An in-growing toenail is where the edges of the nail grow down into the fleshy part of the toe.