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Foliated

Adorned with foils, as on tracery; decorated with a conventionalized representation of leafage, applied to capitals, friezes, panels, or other ornamental moldings.

foliated

foliated, 2: capital
foliated, 1: arches
1. Adorned with foils, as on tracery.
2. Decorated with conventionalized leafage, often applied to capitals or moldings.
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nov., but can be distinguished from those 2 species by the following traits: i) forewings with 9 subapical cells and 15 apical cells; ii) apex with tegular process in dorsal margin, with a quadrangular process in left view, with one foliate process in right view; iii) periandrium with an irregular sheet-like process in right view.
The foliate papillae presented five pairs of epithelial folds, separated by parallel grooves on the lateral-caudal margin of the tongue (Figure 2(a)).
Del Monte Hass avocados are sodium- and cholesterol-free, have only five grams of fat per serving and have potassium, magnesium, foliate, dietary fiber, riboflavin and vitamins C, E and B6
But that's what we're being told and throughout the land many of our 8,500 fish and chip shops will mark the occasion by serving up cut-price chips all week - and not just any old cut-price chips, but chips riddled with protein, fibre, iron, foliate, potassium and vitamin B6.
Mystery of Generation (1987), a simple but extremely compelling print, is a narrow vertical strip containing three images: an ancient woman's face, pensive and troubled; a bird-headed child, curled and upside-down as if in the womb (or the egg); and the Green Man, the foliate head of Celtic tradition, prepatriarchal man.
If the greens are bound for bouquets, strip the foliate from the portions of the stems that will be immersed in water.
Foliate shall be from henceforth wrought, used, or imployed in any Building, Seeling, Wainscot, Bedsteds, Chayres, Stooles, Coaches, or any other Ornaments whatsoever Except it be Armons, or Weapons, or in Armes and Ensignes of honour, at Funerals, or Monuments of the dead."(30) This decree, when added to the legislation of May 1611, more or less banned the manufacture of gold in any form (other than coinage) that could be trafficked or sold.
The thrill of discovering a hidden work of art is an obvious high, as is identification of previously unrecorded fragments -- such as the masonry patterns and foliate decorations at Goodrich Castle in Gloucestershire, which are thought to have been painted in the thirteenth century.
It would have been wonderful to see, for example, what somebody with his learning would have made of the carvings of the churches which he studies, such as the famous foliate heads, but not being part of his interests they are ignored.
The photo you sent shows a violin-shaped flask with debossed designs, which include foliate and geometrical patterns as well as crossed firearms.
Remaining background areas are frequently filled with small concentric circles, small-scale stars, crosses, or foliate sprays.