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Related to foliate: folic acid, fungiform, foliate papillitis, Foliate papillae, Folate deficiency

fo·li·ate

(fō'lē-āt),
Pertaining to or resembling a leaf or leaflet.
Synonym(s): foliaceous, foliar, foliose

foliate

/fo·li·ate/ (fo´le-it)
1. having, pertaining to, or resembling leaves.
2. consisting of thin, leaflike layers.

fo·li·ate

(fō'lē-ăt)
Pertaining to or resembling a leaf or leaflet.
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by: i) aedeagus with a cystic component at apex in left side, with a bifurcate process near apex in right view; ii) periandrium with an acinaciform process at apex in left side, and with a foliate plate in right side.
In Hiatus II a large foliate form rises magnificently from a watery ground.
A large silver plated twin handled tea tray with foliate scroll raised gallery and is inscribed "Presented to Captain Wm Finch, Lieut R.
He hopes people listen to the short collection and arrive at a similar kind of fresh, foliate place.
For example, eating an orange is better for you than just taking vitamin C because the orange offers you a combination of nutrients -- magnesium, potassium, foliate, vitamin B6 as well as fiber.
There are carved wooden panels, vibrantly coloured pop foliate forms, fashioned like the fringes of the '70s pop icons, on these roaring vehicles.
These appliques, each in the form of a Greek legionnaire's helmet variously carved with anthemion, laurel and foliate motifs are also very likely to have formed part of Thomas Hope's own iconic collection.
The bowl, which displays a sparse and striking stylised foliate pattern reminiscent of the tilework in the Great Mosque of Qairawan in Tunisia realised the extraordinary sum of [pounds sterling]713,250, and sold to an anonymous telephone bidder for almost four times the low estimate (lot 60, est.
It contains fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, foliate, manganese and potassium, and has a low calorie content.
Ornamentation stage varies between floral and animal decorations including rose's veins, birds and animals and the arabesque or oriental ornamentation which is a complex, ornate design of intertwined floral, foliate, and geometric figures," he added.
As each of these is illustrated with the design source, and then analysed, certain common characteristics emerge: heraldic ornament asserting a grand historical provenance, architectural elements of towers and crenellated walls, foliate decoration, maker's marks, damage and signs of wear consistent with age.