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sinuate

(of plant structures) having a wavy outline.
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Pronotum twice as broad as long, and distinctly shorter in length than head length, lateral margins of pronotum anteriorly dentate, posteriorly a little sinuate, humeral angles quite subacute; length of pronotum 3.
0), anterior border slightly sinuate, with margin clearly elevated, surface nearly flat, with dense punctures, glabrous.
Protruding veins, with higher number of secondary veins (10-11), mostly rectilinear, and sometimes sinuate.
Mantle heavily mottled, the complex pattern obscuring a dorsal double row of black dashes or spots and one dorsal brown band suggesting the merging of two adjacent bands, as well as one lateral brownish band on each side also obscured by darker mottling; sole of foot not tripartite, foot fringe gray-brown to brown; fresh mucus clear or white or tinted with orange; penis at least slightly sinuate in outline, penial pouch absent; penis retractor notably thickened at junction with penis and vas deferens; vas deferens often markedly wider in diameter than penis at and near their junction; dart sac large.
By having the long hair laid down in a spiral form and in a sinuate shape; by making the doll visible through creating cross-sections; and by providing the sheep with a ruler, a scale and an 'adult' graph that shows measuring results, the creators of these books--probably without any intention of teaching children mathematics--built opportunities that gave children access to mathematics.
Leaves rosulate; pseudopetiolate; blades oblong to obovate, pinnately veined, margin sinuate to runcinate, glabrous to pubescent.
Lamellae adnate to sinuate, whitish in young stage to pale reddish- brown of chocolate brown, with margin whitish and entire.
4A-C): scissorial area with sinuate, bladelike apieal tooth ([S.
pentlandii) amongst the medicinal species, have sinuate anticlinal wall (Stace's types 5-6).
Annulus ventralus immovable, subcircular; cephalic half with wide median trough and two caudally-directed protuberances overhanging centrally located fossa; sinuate sinus running from center of fossa to caudal edge.
angularis that he considered to be conspecific, and the northeast Texas form is that found in Caddo Parish, with lightly sinuate gonopodal acropodites and an aperture in which the caudolateral "pouch" flares strongly laterally.