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Referring to the lacy neurofibrillary material present in the center of the rosettes of neuroblastomas, ganglioneuroblastomas and benign ganglioneuromas, which corresponds to 6–10-nm cytoplasmic filaments, cell processes with microtubules, rare dense core granules, synaptic vesicles, cell junction material
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Spiklet shape, rachilla-internode length, and lack of cobwebby lemma hairs also distinguish P.
Lanois on the other hand is the master of ambience, whose often-heavy hand casts a layer of cobwebby translucence, stamping his subjects' work as much with his own identity as theirs.
Here, there is a slightly cobwebby feel to claims that literary study is 'innately a canonical activity' (p.
in duck tape somewhere in her cobwebby, attic brain.
There would be plenty of cobwebby nooks and crannies too for Uncle Fester, Thing, Lurch and all the creepy crew.
Now, when I finally found myself before Munch's The Scream, I have to say I found it more powerful, even in its thoroughly mediated familiarity, even in the cobwebby confines of that thoroughly middle-class safety zone, the contemporary fine art museum - even, let it be said, in the midst of the ching
To Casaubon, his wife's "little histories" pale next to his Key to all Mythologies, and yet Eliot represents his version of history as cobwebby and soulless.
Karr raids the cobwebby attics of painful memory to make a brave, lyrical offering to the world--evoking the glamour of her parents' wildness without soft-pedaling their abusiveness, shunning self-pity without understating the injury that she and her sister sustained.
Then the rain sets down, the endless whisper absorbs the creaking of floors until nothing is strange any more - like a new kind of daylight, that's cobwebby, and passes through things.
When and how lifelong republican Jeremy Corbyn should join the Privy Council, a cobwebby relic of a bygone era when rulers had the heads of opponents chopped off, is particularly prickly.
The Bleak Old Shop Of Stuff - the first of a four-parter - is a new story but a very familiar one that's stuffed with those essential Dickensian staples - flinty-hearted lawyers, grubby-faced urchins bursting into song, cobwebby spinsters, suggestive surnames and the spectre of debtor's prison, known here as The Skint.