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plicate

 [pli´kāt]
plaited or folded.

pli·cate

(plī'kāt),
Folded; pleated; tucked.

pli·cate

(plī'kāt)
Folded; pleated; tucked.

plicate

folded, ridged or pleated.
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Basal leaves at anthesis 1-2, blades plicate, linear-ensiform, 32-58 x 0.2-0.6 cm.
Phillips (2003) suggests that Lewes' (1998) concept of the plicate Oedipus complex is the foundation of the operation of this everyday overstimulation of the homosexual adolescent.
Protoconch/teleoconch junction generally ill-defined; protoconch [+ or -]5.0 mm in diameter, apical portion initially almost smooth, becoming plicate at suture and thereafter with distinct, close-set, axial riblets extending from suture to suture.
Announcement of Aghaz-e-Haqooq-e-Balochistan package and revised National Finance Commission Award are not sufficient to plicate this issue he maintained adding parties serving the term have achieved what they have been striving for but the issue of Balochistan is not addressed.
Leaves erect to spreading, rosulate, 8 to 20 in number, 75-120 cm long; leaf sheaths narrowly elliptic, 4-12 x 2-4 cm, castaneous with a thin pale margin, nerved, proximally very densely covered with asymmetrical and shaggy dark ferruginous trichomes; leaf blades linear, attenuate, 3-7mm wide, involute, inconspicuously and obtusely plicate, densely ferruginous lepidote toward the sheath especially abaxially becoming scattered dark punctate-lepidote toward the apex.
Arguments can be embodied and entangled so severely as to 'com plicate evaluation to the point of putting definitive conclusions beyond our reach' (183).
This is a large and beautiful species of Garovaglia characterized by a tumid foliation with strongly rugose as well as plicate leaves.
A truly slack leaflet will be easy to plicate. Anywhere from four to seven fine sutures of 5-0 polypropylene are placed in a horizontal orientation to shorten and stiffen the leaflet (Fig.
Perichaetia lateral on stem; inner perichaetial leaves straight, plicate, lanceolate, erect, margin entire, apex acuminate, costa absent or sometimes short and single, cells fusiform to linear, thin-walled and smooth; vaginula with paraphyses.
Perichaetia lateral on stem; inner perichaetial leaves straight, not plicate, ovate-lanceolate, erect, margin entire or irregularly denticulate near apex, apex shortly acuminate, sometimes rounded or obtuse, costa single, usually rudimentary, cells fusiform, porose and smooth; vaginula naked.