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Indented

A gap left by the omission of stone, brick, or block units in a course of masonry, used for bonding future masonry.
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The indented label panel style protects labels from scuffing during shipping and at retail, and the generous neck widths allow consumers to use large scoops.
At the same time, deeply indented coastlines may survive because they can effectively dampen sea waves, thus suffering less erosion.
Alpha Packaging has added a new line of three indented large polyethylene tcrephthalate (PET) rounds to its stock packaging for the nutritional industry.
There was an indented, right-sided mass, which appeared to be fluid-filled and was likely reactive (figure 3).
On plan, the building is an indented rectangle lined with terraces along the south, and with a large airy living room on the west, sleeping quarters and storage on the east.
The bidder should be manufacturer or their authorized dealer of the indented or similar items.
On July 6 all the provinces were getting indented supplies except Punjab as its indents for opening of CJ Link Canal and Great Thal Canal were pending for more than six weeks, said a press release issued here.
A subsequent axial-view T1-weighted MRI demonstrated that the spherical lesion had indented the temporal lobe of the brain (figure 2).