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convolute

[′kän·və‚lüt]
(biology)
Twisted or rolled together, specifically referring to leaves, mollusk shells, and renal tubules.
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But the SNP's Ian Blackford said: "Will the leader restore equality for MPs by removing the over convoluted and shamefully partisan Evel procedure from standing orders, and make sure all MPs in this House are equal?
Some ICD-9 indicator codes translate well, but many have convoluted mappings - and some simply don't map at all.
Proximal and distal convoluted tubules are covered with cubical epithelium with big nuclears.
The Easycrimp hose is a low profile, helically convoluted model.
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A convoluted plot keeps Tinera of Vieste brimming with surprises, even as it affirms the abiding and transcendent power of love.
In a world where most architectural publishing is unimaginative and kowtows to the convoluted architecturalstar-system and the main protagonists sophist ideas, Princeton are to be applauded for the breadth of their vision in publishing this book.
Gunderson writes from his own experience, yet in a somewhat convoluted way.
If builders opt not to build affordable on their sites in Greenpoint Williamsburg and other developing waterfront areas, they are not eligible for a convoluted and important tax break known as 421A.
Most of the story involves quite convoluted military and political maneuvering.