10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «WREATHLIKE»
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The Art of Medieval Spain, A.D. 500-1200
On one side of the capital are two figures: one holds a snake and the other a
round, wreathlike object. While both figures have bibs characterized by ropy folds
, the bib of the right-hand figure is filled with round objects, possibly fruit. On the
Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.), 1993
Ocular Inflammatory Disease and Uveitis Manual: Diagnosis ...
... macula is left with a granular appearance. Figure 9.20 Fluorescein angiogram
demonstrates a wreathlike configuration of the hyperfluorescence in the macula
region. Angiogram often highlights the wreathlike configuration of the spots (Fig.
John J. Huang, Paul A. Gaudio, 2012
Diagnostic Gynecologic and Obstetric Pathology: An Atlas and ...
3.93).69,70 The arrangement of the nuclei within the multinucleated cells is often
in a jumbled, wreathlike pattern, and the nuclei are variably A B FIGURE 3.93. A:
Multinucleated stromal giant cells scattered throughout the superficial stroma of ...
The Hydrophiloid Beetles: Phylogeny, Classification and a ...
2nd segment of labial palpi without a row of setae on inner face (at most with 1-3
setae) (0) — with a row (or longitudinal group) of setae on inner face (Fig. 161) (1
) 38. 2nd segment of labial palpi without subapical wreathlike tuft of setae (0) ...
Bone and Soft Tissue Pathology
Clear cell sarcoma with nests of epithelioid cells containing pale cytoplasm and
mixed with wreathlike multinucleated giant cells. Fig 3. Clear cell sarcoma with
epithelioid cells with eosinophilic. 428 Clear Cell Sarcoma Definition and ...
Andrew Horvai, Thomas Link, 2012
Photosynthesis V2: Development, Carbon Metabolism, and Plant ...
A. Anatomical Features Probably the most easily determined feature of all plants
with C4 photosynthesis is a “Kranz” or wreathlike leaf anatomy (Laetsch, 1974).
The anatomy of a typical C3 dicot is characterized by a distinct dorsiventrality of ...
Thrusting Implements for Fishing in Poland and Neighboring ...
Among the implements of this type, the following more characteristic forms can be
differentiated: (a) Most primitive spears with prongs tied to the shaft or driven into
it having a wreathlike arrangement. Such spears are known in Poland on ...
María Znamierowska-Prüffer, 1966
Many Italian houses sported small, round attic windows with wreathlike trim in
cast iron, a popular new material that was cheaper than the carved stone that
might have been used in earlier years. The front door was always a prominent
Otolaryngology: Basic Science and Clinical Review
Atypical lipoblasts, which have large, irregular nuclei and smudged chromatin,
and Horette cells, with multiple nuclei in a wreathlike pattern, can be seen. An
abundant collage- nous, bland Hbroblastic background may dominate the picture
Thomas R. Van De Water, Hinrich Staecker, 2011
The Encyclopedia of Autoimmune Diseases
... a “wreathlike” appearance of blood vessels in the retina of a 21- year-old
Japanese woman. At the same time, two of his colleagues, Dr. Onishi and Dr.
Kagoshima, reported similar manifestations in patients who also had absent wrist
Dana K. Cassell, Noel R. Rose, 2003
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «WREATHLIKE»
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Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Timothy McGinty rids his office of …
Inside will be 12-foot-tall, 800-pound wreathlike arches resembling those that shoppers used to see during their annual yuletide visits. Rock Ohio Caesars, the ... «Plain Dealer, Nov 12»
In Vino Veritas: Wine Cups Tell History of Athenian Life
This knockoff trend continued into the Late Classical Period, from 400 to 323 B.C., and garland and wreathlike designs replaced human forms as decoration. «LiveScience.com, Jan 11»