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lappet

(lăp′ĭt)
n.
A flaplike structure, such as the wattle of a bird or the lobe of the ear.
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The breakdown of the dead birds of prey includes 10 cape vultures, 14 lappet faced vultures, 468 white backed vultures, 17 white headed vultures and 28 hooded vultures.
Small lateral lappets are present on segments 2 and 3 as well as a small, inconspicuous lappet on segment 4.
1-6): "Alatina with tall, narrow bell, flared at base, tapering into truncated pyramid at apex; 4 crescentric gastric phacellae at interradial corners of stomach; 3 simple to palmate branching velarial canals per octant, each with a velarial lappet bearing a row of 3 to 4 nematocyst warts; 4 long, wing-like (sensu Reynaud, 1830) pedalia, each with a pink tentacle.
The pine-tree lappet (Dendrolimus pini) appears to have been one of the most destructive insects in the coniferous forests of Brandenburg (Figure 5).
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Manufacturing of complete nonwoven lines from Card, Lappet., Needling Looms, end of line with high specialization with more then 1500 installations sold.
And a tit that she tried in vain to protect with the lappet of her overcoat; underneath she wore a red sweater and a fine necklace, a very tight sweater, pleasantly perfumed.
Diagnosis: Gonopod telocoxite broadly widened, with apical region folded as a "lappet" (Attems 1928), which forms a median triangular process apically.
EcoMind: Changing the Way We Think to Create the World We Want, Frances Moore Lappet Nation Books, New York, 2011, 320 pages.
Median terminal lappet between two lobes, 328 (280-380; n = 5) length, bearing three pairs of hooks: outer pair robust, erected thumb one or two small protuberances on external curvature, 50 (45-55; n = 10) long, 7 (5-10; n = 10) wide; medial pair smaller, 10 (9-11; n = 6) long, 2 (2-4; n = 6) wide; inner pair, 62 (50-75; n = 10) long, 5 (5; n = 10) wide.
The length of balloon is controlled by synchronizing the movements of the ring rail and the lappet rail.