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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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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.
Tubularized, incised plate urethroplasty for distal hypospadias.
1e) The artists I observed incised in short strokes, keeping the angle constant, drawing the tool toward the body or slightly right or left but almost never away from the body, shifting the leaves to maintain that stroke direction [Fig.
Madeleine Perridge, Head of Antiquities at Bonhams comments: "This is a wonderfully striking cat with beautifully defined features, particularly the finely incised detail of the fur and the delightful original gold earrings.
The Aramaic texts were incised in the surfaces of clay tablets with styluses or inked on the tablets with brushes or pens.
We spoke in sign, pointed shriveled fingers to griefs incised, grooved, silted over.
In particular, attention is paid to sharp force toolmark locations and the types of implements used in the creation of the incised marks on bone.
A Doulton Lambeth Stoneware three-handled drinking vessel, with coloured applied and incised floral decoration standing 7 1/2 in high, probably by Ethel Beard and an unknown assistant.
The original understanding of the deep historical roots of the Vanuatu people was complicated by the early identification of diverse ceramic traditions in the archipelago, especially incised and applied relief pots termed Mangaasi by Garanger and defined by him as culturally unrelated to Lapita.