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adjective Referring to a pattern or morphology which has short angled branching from a central point
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The familiar details came out: the stag's horns, the bookshelves, the looking-glass, the stove with its ventilator, which had long wanted mending, his father's sofa, a large table, on the table an open book, a broken ash tray, a manuscript book with his handwriting.
RHUS typhina is chiefly grown for its stunning autumn foliage, though its flower spikes, which resemble stag's horns, last well into winter.
The stag's horns are original, but a special cap had to be made to keep them on his head.
The beetles grow to two inches long and have jaws that look like a stag's horns, although they are harmless.