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fenestrate

 [fen´es-trāt]
to pierce with one or more openings.
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Laparoscopic surgery to fenestrate the lymphocele into the peritoneal cavity is preferred because the rate of recurrence (8%) is lower than that with open surgery (16%) and aspiration therapy (59%) [1].
lata, Tabellaria fenestrate, Synedra ulna, Cyclotella meneghiniana, Cocconeis placentula, Pinnularia major (diatoms), Cladophora glomerata, Scenedesmus spp, (green algae), Euglena acus (euglenoid), Anabaena spiroides, Microcystis pulverea (blue-green algae), and Ceratium furca (dinoflagellate) were recorded at either only low, high or both tides.
At the spring a white, sublithographic micrite is exposed with abundant spirifer brachiopods and fenestrate bryzoas.
Durability of transmittance walls (cycles) (W/m x K) Optimization direction max min Attribute weight q 0.21 0.33 [x.sub.1] [x.sub.2] [w.sub.1] [b.sub.1] [w.sub.2] [b.sub.2] Silicate brick masonry with masonry outer finishing layer 75 100 0.22 0.25 Ceramic brick masonry with masonry outer finishing layer 75 100 0.22 0.25 Ceramic fenestrate brick masonry with masonry outer finishing layer 75 100 0.21 0.25 Silicate bricks masonry with outer plaster finishing layer 25 25 0.24 0.27 The estimated Weight of Alternative No.
What somehow links Tati's Playtime and Aitken's Sleepwalkers over these many decades is a desire to animate, or perhaps fenestrate, the glass walls of the city with human life, perhaps suggesting a new way of living with our buildings.
A mound in Lawrence County consists chiefly of packstone and grainstone dominated by eclnirnoderrni ossicles amid fragments of fenestrate bryozoarns.
The fact that fenestrate bryozoans were present, for example, indicates that the energy of the currents must have been somewhat low, for many fenestrates are delicate and would be destroyed in high-energy currents.
Under ultrasound guidance, he advances a 16-gauge hypodermic needle percutaneously to fenestrate the hypoechoic areas and break up calcifications.
Microscopic supporting evidence includes microcracks, intraformational micro-breccia/conglomerate, an abundance of dolomite, anhydrite/gypsum pseudomorphs, and fenestrate structures lined with calcite, dolomite and tar.
A mound in Lawrence County is dominated by echinoderms and fenestrate bryozoans.
in a matrix of fenestrate bryozoan and echinoderm debris.