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in·cise

(in-sīz'),
To cut with a knife.
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in·cise

(in-sīz')
To cut with a knife.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

incise

(ĭn-sīz′) [L. incisus]
To cut, as with a sharp instrument.
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"Incise has improved as I thought she would and is in good form - the race is ideal for her.
We elected to incise the scar and interpose a graft as a spacer to expand the nostril opening.
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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.