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pellucid

1. transparent or translucent
2. extremely clear in style and meaning; limpid
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The sea was polished, was blue, was pellucid, was spark- ling like a precious stone, extending on all sides, all round to the horizon--as if the whole terrestrial globe had been one jewel, one colossal sapphire, a single gem fashioned into a planet.
To make them appear transparent, Modi covered them, when dry, with coloured varnish in such a way that his pictures were sometimes ultimately covered with as many as ten layers of varnish: their pellucid, iridescent tone was thus reminiscent of old masters.
Keratoconus, Keratoglobus, Pellucid marginal degeneration, keratectasia following refractive surgery, Stromal opacities/scars sparing Descemet's membrane and Corneal dystrophies involving anterior/deep stroma.
Not surprisingly, the most recommended spot for Lebanese stargazers to get a pellucid view of the night sky is Qornet al-Sawda -- which is forecast to be a cool 14 to 16 degrees Celsius Saturday night.
diameter of vitellogenic oocytes, the pellucid zone thickness and the follicular cell height, we selected 50 undamaged oocytes without retraction and with cuts crossing the nucleus for each of the studied species.
Corneal collagen crosslinking (CXL) is an extremely effective therapy shown to arrest the progression of keratoconus, pellucid marginal degeneration, and post-LASIK corneal ectasia, and has become widely used worldwide over the last decade.
Mystic Dawn was beaten a length and a quarter into second by Madam Dancealot, but had today's rivals Pellucid and Perfect Angel behind in third and fifth and that is among the best form on offer in this Listed contest.
The field is completed by Classical Times (Peter Chapple-Hyam), Easy Victory (Saeed bin Suroor), Loving (William Haggas), Perfect Angel (Andrew Balding), Spy Ring (Michael O'Callaghan) and Mystic Dawn and Pellucid (both David Simcock).
Oddly, given her pellucid voice, she'd never sung in a band before.
Apparently, Tebbs did not take into consideration the protologue of Artanthe sancta, and its new combination of Piper sanctum, which clearly indicate that the leaves are membranaceous, punctate pellucid, puberulent along the veins and margin, and with five secondary nerves all originating along the middle part of the leaf (pinnatinerved):
MRI brain imaging data in children with cavum septi pellucid and vergae.