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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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With the addition of the InCise Multileaf Collimator, the CyberKnife M6 Series can be used to treat large and irregular tumors more efficiently with excellent dose gradients, according to the company.
"Incise has improved as I thought she would and is in good form - the race is ideal for her.
Paul, MN) has called on its expertise in adhesives, coatings, film and non-woven technologies to engineer and offer a comprehensive drape line that include fabric, clear and antimicrobial incise drapes, as well as clear plastic drapes.
We elected to incise the scar and interpose a graft as a spacer to expand the nostril opening.
Brian Meehan, who won the race last year with Romantic Liason, has three entries, comprising the maidens Ann Summers Two, Incise and Lucayan Beauty.
No Avery Dennison brand wound dressing, diagnostic product, surgical or incise drapes, electrodes, or transdermal competes for shelf space with your brand in hospital storerooms.
ACTI-Gard[R] Antimicrobial Incise Drapes are designed to reduce the risk of skin flora contamination throughout a surgical procedure.
Composition (a) B (0/6) C (2/6) D (4/6) E (6/6) Main effect Prime 2.55 1.63 2.67 4.20 2.76 Incise 1.38 2.67 2.54 3.77 2.59 Control 1.68 2.71 2.32 5.31 3.01 Main effect 1.87 2.34 2.51 4.43 2.79 (a) Crossarm composition scheme with number of recycled utility pole wood plies/total number of plies given for laminated crossarms.
Yet for Belleau they are serpentine, mobile, and protean at the same time that they incise a national consciousness into a verbal lapidary.