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incised

[in′sīzd]
(biology)
Having a deeply and irregularly notched margin.
(medicine)
Made by cutting, as a wound.
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Under cross-examination by Gordon Cole QC acting for Williams, he accepted it was difficult to establish whether some of the incised injuries he noted were caused by blunt force or by cuts from something like a knife or broken glass.
For example, Kamke and Peralta (1990) reported that there was no significant difference in the drying rate between unincised and incised yellow poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera) lumber.
A number of procedures like MAGPI, Mustarde, Mathieu, Horton-Denin procedure, Snodgrass tubularized incised plate urethroplasty technique have been described to repair anterior hypospadias.
A synonym of 'visible language' is 'incised speech' takshat vaak, (a metaphor used in what is possibly the oldest human document, the Rgveda.).
The main goal of any hypospadias repair is to reach and maintain a normal urinary and reproductive function with good cosmetic result.[sup.3] One of the most frequently used procedures, the tubularized incised plate urethroplasty (TIPU), was popularized by Snodgrass in the 90s.[sup.4] The technique is now the gold standard to correct distal hypospadias; it is also being used more for midshaft and proximal cases.[sup.5,6] Its popularity and acceptance can be explained by its versatility and its optimal and durable aesthetical and functional results with minimal complications.
Although there are no people, animals or handprint symbols depicted, the petroglyph designs include a series of vertical, chain-like symbols and a number of smaller pits deeply incised with a type of hard rock scraper.
Death certificates revealed the sole cause of Margaret's death was "incised wounds of the left arm" and Nicola's was a single wound of the left arm.
The Nyalau Formation is interpreted as a mixed wave- and tide-influenced coastal depositional system, with an offshore wave-dominated barrier shoreface being incised by laterally migrating tidal channels and offshore migrating tidal bars.
Llinos Hughes, headteacher, said: "It is interesting to note that on the incised stone plaque on the main faade it states "Llanfair National School was erected in 1861 and enlarged in 1895".
The incised decoration is usually of cattle, horses, dogs, deer etc.
Historical palm leaf work throughout Asia might be written with pen and/or painted, or it might be incised, like the current Orissan work.