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incurved

(of plant structures) gradually bent inwards.
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Este musculo tiene un ligamento corto que se adhiere a la seccion A1 y hace que esta se incurve un poco.
The point of maximum breadth on the lateral wall of the eye orbit end of nasal the anterior tip or the Taylor 5 farthest point {it out} on (2001) the nasal bones euryon the two points on the Bass 9 opposite sides of the skull (1995) that form the termini of the lines of greatest breadth fossa canina hollow of variable extent White 6 located on the facial surface (2000) just below the infraorbital formamen, where the zygomatic, frontal, and alveolar processes of the maxilla come together frontal bony projection of the White 2 eminence ectocranial surface of the (2000) frontal bone frontotemporale the most medial point on the Bass 2 incurve of the temporal (1995) ridge, the points lie on the frontal bones just above the zygomaticofrontal suture.
A corner planting has two parts: the incurve and the outcurves (Figure 9-17).
Unique Characteristics: Flower form is classified as an intermediate incurve mum.
Larger, heavier flowers--for example, incurve (football) mums and gladiolus--need a container that is big and heavy enough so it won't tip over.
Corsages are designed with one, two, or three standard incurve chrysanthemums (also called football mums) and a variety of long, cascading ribbons in the school's colors.
Les nouvelles fonctionnalites telles que l'affichage de l'ecran tactile ou incurve ajoutent une touche sophistiquee a l'interieur elegant de haute qualite.
The deep incurve at upper rear is an advantage, and the front has ample room for all three fingers, even for large hands.
The XR9-S sits well in the hand, with a deep incurve at upper rear and room for two average fingers on the frontstrap of the frame.
Termed the incurve of the planting, the point of convergence easily accepts a focal feature such as a specimen plant (highly attracting to the eye) or an accent plant (less attracting than a specimen plant, but sufficiently different from other plants around it to be distinctive).
morifolium) includes spray varieties (duet or anemone, button, daisy, cushion [formerly called pompom], spider, and exotic varieties like starburst) as well as single-head varieties (Fuji, incurve or football mum, and mefo).