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rhom·bic

(rom'bik),
1. Synonym(s): rhomboid
2. Relating to the rhombencephalon.

rhom·bic

(rom'bik)
1. Synonym(s): rhomboid.
2. Relating to the rhombencephalon.
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Trapa is characterized by floating rosettes of coarsely toothed, rhombic leaves with inflated petioles, leaf margins with double-mucronate tooth apices, and indurated two or four-horned fruits.
These crystals start to lose their rounded shape and exhibit a tendency to become rhombic in habit, as we saw in the area of the pallial line.
In each simulation, the test volume was filled with the number of randomly oriented rhombic prisms (rectangular parallelepipeds) that had a random size and a fixed aspect ratio of a : b : c, a < b < c.
This resulted into homogeneity of the bioactive constituent which was crystallized as white rhombic crystals (yield 40%) from deionized water m.
the microblade handle core technology associated with the use of slotted bone points in the southern Baltic and, at a slightly later date, the shift in projectile types to rhombic forms in the Danish Kongemose period (Petersen Vang 1993).
Trigon (W), rhombic (C), and square (S) inserts are pushed against the central pin from the rear by the wedge and clamped from top.
In LWC both rhombic and fine aragonite PCC gave better brightness than fine GCC.
2] enclosed by a Teflon ribbon supported by a rhombic frame (Schoedel et al.
Sapporo denied having copied the label design, saying the shape of the logo on its Sapporo Fine Lager is rhombic, whereas that on the Kirin Lager Beer label is elliptic.
A similar equivalent replacement for a butt joint in the core lamination is an equivalent rhombic hole also shown in the same figure.
The crystals are seen as flat, clear, colorless rhombic plates or rectangles (resembling crystals of cholesterol -- an extremely rare urine sediment finding).