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bead·ed

(bēd'ed),
1. Marked by numerous small rounded projections, often arranged in a row like a string of beads.
2. Applied to a series of noncontinuous bacterial colonies along the line of inoculation in a stab culture.
3. Denoting stained bacteria in which more deeply stained granules occur at regular intervals in the organism.

bead·ed

(bēd'ĕd)
1. Marked by numerous small rounded projections, often arranged in a row like a string of beads.
2. Applied to a series of noncontinuous bacterial colonies along the line of inoculation in a stab culture.
3. Denoting stained bacteria in which more deeply stained granules occur at regular intervals in the organism.
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From her braids she is wearing dentalium hair ties that are suspended from her beaded hair ties.
Bachelder says Russian hooks were the genesis of today's beaded spoon.
Gold bugle beads, crystal lochrosens, sewn-on crystal AB navettes, and sewn-on crystal AB jewels, the larger of which are framed with a gold metal beaded rim, complete its embellishments.
The earliest known Masai and Samburu beaded jewelry items, dating from around 1850, were assembled from large red beads originally made in Holland.
Aqua beaded cardigan, pounds 40, Top Shop (0171 636 7700); green-blue beaded top, pounds 18, C&A (0171 629 1244); black beaded dress, pounds 54.99, Jeffrey Rogers (01923 474400).
Safari dress, PS85, Jonathan Saunders @ Debenhams; beaded bangles, PS9 each, large beaded bangles, PS32, Aspiga; beaded cuffs, PS90, coral bracelet, PS75, silver floral ring, PS90, all Pebble London; clutch, PS59, Jones Bootmaker; snake-print sandals, PS25, M&S
Layout of designs may be symmetrical or asymmetrical in composition, and individual motifs are generally solidly beaded, often over paper patterns.
$1722 Cheyenne Beaded Hide Leggings, Exhibited at the Booth Western Art Museum, Cartersville, Georgia.
For the beaded shade, all you need are a couple spools of 20-gauge wire (we used tinned copper) and a bag of cool 5mm beads.
$8400 Cheyenne Beaded Hide Bow Case and Quiver, Collected by Lawrie (1822-1900), Fort Sill, Indian Territory.
It's also a cheap and effective way of jazzing up clothes, like this customised Armaya Arzuaga-esque beaded jumper, left.