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inlay

 [in´la]
material laid into a defect in tissue; in dentistry, a filling made outside the tooth to correspond with the cavity form and then cemented into the cavity.

in·lay

(in'lā),
1. In dentistry, a prefabricated restoration sealed in the cavity with cement.
2. A graft of bone into a bone cavity.
3. A graft of skin into a wound cavity for epithelialization.
4. In orthopedics, an orthomechanical device inserted into a shoe; commonly called an arch support.

inlay

(ĭn′lā′, ĭn-lā′)
n.
Dentistry A solid filling, as of gold or porcelain, fitted to a cavity in a tooth and cemented into place.

in·lay′er n.

inlay

Dentistry A cemented restoration made to fit an internal/external preparation necessitated by loss of healthy tooth structure. See Cosmetic dentistry, Filling.

in·lay

(in'lā)
1. dentistry A prefabricated restoration sealed into the prepared cavity with cement.
2. A graft of bone into a bone cavity.
3. A graft of skin into a wound cavity for epithelialization.
4. orthopaedics An orthomechanical device inserted into a shoe; more commonly called an "arch support."

inlay

Dental restorative material that is cemented into a prepared cavity in a tooth.

Inlay

A filling that is made outside of the tooth and the cemented into place.

in·lay

(in'lā)
1. In dentistry, prefabricated restoration sealed into cavity with cement.
2. Graft of bone into a bone cavity.
3. A graft of skin into a wound cavity for epithelialization.
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The pieces of mother-of-pearl are cut using two methods, "jureumjil" (filing) and "ggeuneumjil" (cutting), according to how the designs are produced and inlaid.
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The plan of the park is based on the strategic movements made in chess, with 16 inlaid chess tables provided for al fresco games in the balmy Californian climate (Glendale Chess Club was part of the client group).
It is very solid despite its delicate appearance and the inlaid wood appears to have been picked out with additional details in ink beneath the varnish.
The left side of the shotgun features the inscription, "Auto-5 A Legacy of Genius," inlaid in flush gold, four high-relief gold-inlaid Canada geese and a banner that reads, "Century Commemorative."
A George III French Hepplewhite carved mahogany open arm chair circa 1780 sold for pounds 2,300, having survived more or less in original condition, a George III mahogany chest on chest with brushing slide, which graced the front of the catalogue, sold for pounds 1,900 and, just in time for Christmas, a George III inlaid mahogany demi-lune serving table came in at treble estimate, selling for pounds 1,550.
Bookbinding and lacquer were two Islamic arts much admired in Italy, as was "inlaid brass." Giorgio Vasari attributed late-Renaissance improvements in Italian metalwork to the products of Islamic craftsmen.
A day before the workshop, Riccardelli spoke at the MRS meeting about how ancient Egyptians often inlaid pieces of different colors into one other.
This lovely five-story mansion has Italianate architecture throughout the interior, beautiful inlaid floors, 12-foot ceilings, a garden, a terrace and 25-foot, two-story extension deigned by Stanford White.
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