foveate


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foveate

 [fo´ve-āt]
pitted.

fo·ve·ate

, foveated (fō'vē-āt, -ā-ted),
Pitted; having foveas or depressions on the surface.

foveate

adjective Characterised by one or more foveae; pitted .

fo·ve·ate

, foveated (fō'vē-āt, -ā-tĕd)
Pitted; having foveae or depressions on the surface.

foveate

pitted.
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Foveate groove of mesopleuron virtually absent, there being a very weakly impressed area with very weak, indistinct wrinkles.
We believe the advantage of color coding was that it eliminated the need to read or even foveate the symbology at all, freeing the pilots to focus their vision and attention on other matters that influence the decision to shoot and thus recognize a good opportunity faster.