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1. Excavated material.
2. The void resulting from the excavation of material.
3. The depth to which material is to be excavated to bring the surface to a predetermined grade.
4. In the theater, a long slot across the stage floor for the introduction or removal of scenery.
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All tumours were unilocular and cut section showed abundant fibrous stroma and some showed tiny papillary projections.
The cut section must now be trimmed further to create a piece that is similar in size to tip of an ermine tail.
This procedure increased transparency, so that the cut sections could be better visualized under the microscope.
Congress and the Administration do not have the stomach to cut Section 8, but they will cut other programs that the city depends on.
Significant changes were observed in both dominant species and seedling densities in the clear cut section from pre-harvest (1998) to post harvest (2001).
Grossly, cutaneous leiomyosarcomas have a grey-white, whorled appearance on cut section.
The $200-million project entails lowering Route 1, one of the major north-south arteries in New Jersey, in a cut section and building two single-point urban interchanges (SPUI), the first to be constructed by NJDOT.
Limited Tenders are invited for Cut section model/exhibit of eeds as per specification no.
On cut section two were completely solid and remaining two were both solid and cystic in nature filled with brown colored fluid, microscopy of all 4 cases showed microfollicular pattern, along with trabecular pattern in 2 cases.
You want to maintain their overall shape so cut section by section with secateurs, standing back every so often to see you are keeping the overall outline an attractive shape.
Remove the cable and slide the cut section off to expose 1/4 in.