cleft

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cleft

1. a fissure or crevice
2. (of leaves) having one or more incisions reaching nearly to the midrib
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His blunt features and cleft chin, his green eyes, his teeth glinting.
The suggestion follows the recent discovery of 22 bronze coins inscribed with Cleopatra's name, an alabaster mask with a cleft chin resembling Mark Antony's face, new shafts and tunnels beneath the temple of Taposiris Magna in Alexandria, and a cemetery containing ten gilded mummies, which indicate a burial site of members of the nobility.
Hawass presented 22 coins, 10 mummies, and a fragment of a mask with a cleft chin as evidence that the discovery of the lost tomb of Mark Anthony and Cleopatra is at hand.
Ahead of the start of excavations, Hawass exhibited 22 coins, 10 mummies, an alabaster head and a fragment of a mask with a cleft chin as evidence that the site, a 2,000-year-old temple to the god Osiris, is likely to hold further treasures.
EGYPT'S top archaeologist has unveiled 22 coins, 10 mummies, an alabaster head and a fragment of a mask with a cleft chin as evidence that the discovery of the lost tomb of Mark Antony and Cleopatra is at hand.
He came in, he had that gorgeous deep voice, he's got that cleft chin.
Only Xanthe, who has gotten away from the increasingly preoccupied Eleni, and is now teetering at the edge of the pier, laughs on delightedly, jumping up and down, stretching out her arms, trying to catch one after another of the brightly coloured streamers that the cook leaning out from the galley (who isn't Dutch and knows little about cooking though lots about the fate of the cook he has so conveniently replaced) throws down to her, especially to her, beaming and avuncular, with his pitted, oddly cleft chin and that comical lop-sided smile.