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an elongate, usually leafless part of the stem of a plant that ends in a flower (for example, in tulips) or in an inflorescence (for example, in primroses and dandelions).

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apophyge, 2
apophyge, 1
1. That part of a column where the shaft of the column springs from its base or where the shaft terminates at its capital; usually molded in a concave sweep; also called a scape or congé.
2. The hollow (i.e., scotia) beneath the echinus of some Classical capitals.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Thorax length 1.8-2.3 mm; Petiole length: 0.56-0.85 mm; Petiole height: 0.52-0.62; Petiole width: 0.4-0.6 mm; Post petiole length: 0.3-0.4 mm; Post petiole width: 0.3-0.5 mm; Post petiole height: 0.67-0.70 mm; Scape length: 1.1-1.5 mm; Cephalic index: 90.90-518; Scape index 1: 75-78.57; Scape index 2: 68.18-407.40; Petiole index: 107.69-137.0; Post petiole index: 44.77-57.14.
Fresh scape and leaf samples were fixed in 70% alcohol solution and anatomical investigations were carried out on samples preserved in 70% alcohol solution.
With tips the InSilico team got from RAIN's team of business mentors, Yook said, they can now refine improvements to the SCAPE program to cater to the needs of scientific research teams, working together on new inventions or innovations.
Willmott Dixon estimates that under the previous Scape framework, where it was the incumbent contractor, local authorities saved a minimum of 14p in every PS1 they spent on projects procured through Scape.
nigricornis group of Oecanthus have a continuous trilling song and 3 or 4 black marks on the scape and pedicel.
Creative technology studio The Illusion Factory announced on Monday commitments to build high profile projects for Hollywood studios, broadcasters, Las Vegas casinos and other companies using its new Z Scape - Mobile Virtual World and Augmented Reality Platform.
Metaphorically, scapes have allowed me to weave various political themes and concepts into my work.
Rocamboles are easily identified by their distinctive flower stalks, called scapes. No other garlic variety forms tight loops of one to three coils shortly after the scapes appear.
Evans Hall is part of that plan "because it's a building that does interrupt the land scape and because it's a building that doesn't fully work for all its activities," Marthinsen notes.
A local retailer received a world premiere of Jennifer Higdon's Concerto for Orchestra and City Scape (Telarc SACD 60620).
This new acoustic description "should have application everywhere a human is embedded in an acoustic sound scape," comments acoustics specialist Vincent Gibiat of the Universite Paul Sabatier in Toulouse, France.
The British antismoking group SCAPE (Smoking Cessation Action in Primary carE) found that nearly 80% of the British smokers felt that way, as did almost 70% of those in the Netherlands, France, and Germany, and more than 55% of those in Belgium and Spain.