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lappet

Zoology a lobelike hanging structure, such as the wattle on a bird's head

lappet

[′lap·ət]
(textiles)
An attachment for a loom, used to insert floating warp threads into a fabric.
A lightweight patterned fabric such as dotted swiss made with such an attachment.
(zoology)
A lobe or flaplike projection, such as on the margin of a jellyfish or the wattle of a bird.

lappet

One of a series of pendants trimming the eaves of a roof.
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There is a large lateral lappet on segment 1 and a smaller lappet on the posterior of segment 3.
In his entomological printings, Johann August Rosel von Rosenhof described pine hawk-moths (Sphinx pinastri) and pine-tree lappets (Dendrolimus pini) without mentioning mass propagations.
By rotating the lappet with an angle 9 the valve decrease the fluid flow with a certain amount.
The drawers are flanked by narrowing flanges with fine lappet edges, while the posts are emphasized by channeling and parallel inlay strings of ebony (kamagong) and light wood.
For durable markets, the latest innovation in the cross lapping technology from ANDRITZ Asselin-Thibeau, the ACS system, is capable of handling bulky card webs when feeding a cross lappet The focus will also be on the benefits of using the ProDyn technology a feature guaranteeing uniformity on the web.
Shobrak is a world expert on the lappet vulture and vultures in general, and has spent much of his life studying and tracking the birds.
What do You do with the butterflies, the Graylings, the Nuns, and the Grizzled Skippers, the magpie, the lappet and the cabbage moths?
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As the name suggests, thrust is produced by the force of drag acting on the "paddle" (the bell margin or ephyral lappet), and net forward thrust is produced as long as the drag acting on the paddle during the power stroke is greater than during the recovery (Vogel, 1994; Biewener, 2003).