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The Estonian Migration Period find contexts have yielded spearheads with predominantly narrow lozenge-shaped blades; therefore it is plausible that pointed-oval-shaped blade is more characteristic of Roman Iron Age spearheads and the rhombic shape rather indicates the Migration Period.
The crown of the scales is rhombic in outline with an elongated posterior part and a rounded anterior corner.
The BCC, Rhombic and Gyroid structures have consistent mechanical properties along three orthogonal axes (x, y, z).[5] Therefore, the samples with these topologies were tested only in one z direction.
"Band gap properties of two dimensional photonic crystals with rhombic lattice".
Reconstruction of the cupid's bow in particular has been achieved by rhombic transposition flaps as described by Bickle and Bennett or a modified mucosal advancement flap designed by Mellette and Mellette, or a 2 vermilion advancement flaps and a rotational hemiphiltrum skin flap described by Valentiet al.
The 3D framework of compound B2, given by connecting cobalt (II) core with six [BTC.sup.3-] ligands, has rhombic channels parallel to the crystallographic a axe (Figure 2).
The pink rhombic nodes represent TFs affected by differentially expressed miRNAs.
Liu, "Ultra-Wideband Planar Gaussian Tapered Rhombic Antenna for Short Pulse Applications," IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, vol.
pertusicossis Fiedler, 1944 from Colombia by its rufous body, rostrum slightly curved, scutellum rhombic and apex of elytra not rounded.
It appears as a white rhombic crystal structure which is soluble in water, acetone and ethanol.