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in·cise

(in-sīz'),
To cut with a knife.

in·cise

(in-sīz')
To cut with a knife.

incise

(ĭn-sīz′) [L. incisus]
To cut, as with a sharp instrument.
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las siguientes 13 pares de pinnas posteriores a las basales pecioladas); pinnas incisas hasta 4/5 entre el margen y la costa (vs.
Paul Cole's Corsican Sunset puts in a quick reappearance in the Group Three Premio Mario Incisa for fillies and mares.
Statistics prove it - Tinkler joined forces with the late Don Enrico Incisa's handicapper on 108 occasions, winning 12 times.
You stay in three and four-star hotels in Milan, Incisa near Florence, Rome and Venice, and the holiday starts when you board the TGV train in Paris for the seven-hour journey to Milan.
Sir Gordon Richards came next until his retirement, and travelling head groom duties with John Waugh and Jeremy Hindley followed in Newmarket, until he was wooed to Italy with his family for three glorious years with Marchese Mario Incisa.
"He has gone up almost two stone since his first win of the season and he just keeps improving," said Middleham trainer Enrico Incisa.
She soon broke her duck, then had to overcome trouble in running when coming from last to second, a head behind Shot Bless, in the main trial for this race, the Group 3 Premio Maria Incisa.