sawtooth pattern


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sawtooth pattern

On a roof, a pattern of tiles or shingles resembling the teeth of a saw.
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All the serrated lesions of the histopathologic specimen database of our hospitals between January 2014 and May 2018 were reassessed and reclassified into three subtypes: HP, SSA/P, and TSA using the WHO criteria.9,10 The defining pathological feature of HP is a sawtooth pattern of epithelial infolding in the upper half of the crypt with a lack of cytologic dysplasia.11 The typical SSA/P has the "boot", "L", or "anchor" shaped crypts over the muscularis mucosae, serration in the lower third of the crypts with and without branching of the crypts, inverted crypts under the muscularis mucosae, and columnar dilation in the lower third.12 These crypts may appear dilated and/or branched, particularly in the horizontal plane.
The gliders dive again and repeat their measurements as they move up and down along their programmed lines, etching a sawtooth pattern in the ocean.
The pieced blocks are made from Four-Patches and a twist on the traditional Sawtooth pattern. Applique vines and colorful daisies create the pathway on this lovely summer-themed quilt.
Caption: Yearly cycles The Keeling curve's sawtooth pattern reflects plants in the Northern Hemisphere (which has more plants) taking up more C[O.sub.2] during summer growth.
This length can be added with a sawtooth pattern or some uncoupled tuning.
But he also noticed that the upward curve of CO2 concentrations had a sawtooth pattern. That pattern saw CO2 rise sharply in the fall in the Northern Hemisphere -- when leaves died and fell off the trees to rot -- then drop slightly in spring as new leaves emerged to start drawing in CO2 for photosynthesis.
However, for the past decade, the number of reported malaria cases has generally decreased but in a sawtooth pattern of periodic increases (1).
Interest in counterterrorism thus produces a sawtooth pattern, and the policy priority and resources devoted to it tend to follow that pattern.
For many materials useful to engineering applications, like metals, the stick-slip sequence creates a sawtooth pattern that reflects the force of friction.
In Essay on Photography for Hollis Frampton, 1965, for example, the sawtooth pattern formed by four staggered columns of typewritten words evokes Constantin Brancusi's Endless Column and several early Andre sculptures, such as Pyramid, 1959, and Cock, 1963, which took the Brancusi as their lodestar.
The concentration then decreases and follows the sawtooth pattern shown in the figure.
Second, as mentioned earlier, on the NYSE, the relation between ex-day price drop and dividend amount has a sawtooth pattern, because [bar.D] experiences a jump each time dividend size increases beyond a tick multiple.