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Referring to a 2-dimensional (when seen on glass slides of imaging) or 3-dimensional jutting of mutiple large rounded masses above a flattened surface
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17) They are more common in the urethra than the urinary bladder and show multiple patterns including tubular, cystic, and papillary architecture with hobnail cells, and solid growth of cells with clear cytoplasm.
They combined the Clara (nonciliated bronchiolar) cell type and type II cell type as the hobnail cell type because these types have the same cytologic features and are usually found to be mixed.
THE news that one of these athletic blokes will be copping more than PS40,000 a day for the next five years advertising obscenely priced footwear targeting our youngsters, reminded me of my far-off childhood and the meagre rewards those gentlemen who advertised the hobnail boots we tramped around in earned.
In the 1930s I, with my mother and older sister, queued for what seemed like hours with about 100 others for myself to receive one pair of black, heavy hobnail boots, one pair of black knee-length socks and a black woollen long-sleeved jumper.
Her brother, Jack, was equally scruffy in jeans, T-shirt and hobnail boots.
Strong and powerful but as much finesse as a muddy hobnail boot.
Argument still rages over whether the British pair - dressed in hobnail boots and tweed jackets - became the first men to reach the 29,000ft summit, before dying on the mountain in 1924.
Cranberry Opalescent is offered in six pieces, five of which -- 4 1/2- and 11-inch vases, a 5 1/2-inch pitcher, a 7-inch basket and a 25-inch lamp -- are made in the hobnail molds reminiscent of the 1940s and '50s.
I'd had a great day but at the end of it, I was relieved to kick off those hobnail boots and relax in a hot bath with a glass of champagne.
The boss of Ofgem is fond of saying he's taking hobnail boots to the energy supply companies.
These are lined by cuboidal to flattened epithelium that may show clear cell change (Figure 4) and have a characteristic hobnail appearance.
Gary Speed, captain of Wales and midfield star of Newcastle, must feel as though he's tiptoeing through a minefield in hobnail boots when it comes to his team-mate Bellamy.