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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.
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incise

(ĭn-sīz′) [L. incisus]
To cut, as with a sharp instrument.
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The time to reach a temperature of 100[degrees]C in the incised specimens under microwave irradiation was 18 minutes.
Holland and Smith14 repaired distal penile hypospadias with tubularized incised plate urethroplasty with complication rate of 22%.Iane S Palmer et al17 had success rate of 90% with tubularized incised plate urethroplasty.
Tubularized incised plate urethroplasty for proximal hypospadias.
The liquid ink is smeared on the incised lines by fingertip, followed by sprinkling with water and wiping with a rag, repeating the sprinkling/wiping cycle as necessary until the leaf is clean [Figs.
Comprehensive analysis of six years experience in tubularised incised plate urethroplasty and its extended application in primary and secondary hypospadias repair.
On Erromango, Bedford has reconstructed a 1000-year sequence, starting with Lapita, continuing with globular outcurving Ponamla wares, characterized at the start by mostly plain pots before the development of multiple incised and fingernail motifs, and then the mostly globular incurving Ifo wares.
His images appear both set atop and incised into the picture plane, suggesting a fusion of engraving plate and slightly out-of-register print.
AP endonuclease activity is the amount of starting radio-labeled tetrahydrofuran containing DNA (F-DNA) substrate converted to the shorter incised DNA product in 10 min.
1545-51), its provisional attribution to Mantua surprises since Renaissance pottery production at that center appears to be nearly wholly limited to incised slipware and rather undistinguished tin-glazed wares.
The diagnostic features of the morroensis type are strong papillation and absence of incised spiral grooves.
He called his technique of incised lines and built-up surfaces intaglio-relief.
Found on stones, in caves and on rock faces the world over, these painted or incised images provide a tantalising glimpse into the art and soul of our ancestors.