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Indented

A gap left by the omission of stone, brick, or block units in a course of masonry, used for bonding future masonry.
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Sections from two patients with protruding lesions and one patient with an indented lesion and their controls and one normal control were analyzed using a computer-based software image analysis program.
Patients with anetoderma were divided into two groups based on their clinical presentation: 17 patients presented with protruding phenotype and 13 patients with indented phenotype.
The indented label panel style protects labels from scuffing during shipping and at retail, and the generous neck widths allow consumers to use large scoops.
At the same time, deeply indented coastlines may survive because they can effectively dampen sea waves, thus suffering less erosion.
A subsequent axial-view T1-weighted MRI demonstrated that the spherical lesion had indented the temporal lobe of the brain (figure 2).