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having a margin with small rounded teeth

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T1 with a transverse depression around midlength, with fine longitudinal crenulation in front of it, smooth behind it.
2]) non coaxial plus dominant, a vergence est et d'orientation NNE-NNO ainsi que par une schistosite de crenulation ([S.
indica but differs in having dark brown color, a row of paler area along the marginal crenulations, tessellated dorsum, and by the absence of tubercles on submedian area of abdominal segments.
The second cleavage crenulates and transposes the first, which typically carries a slicken lineation where lithons are deformed by crenulation.
Textures in staurolite-oligoclase porphyroblastic p elite within the Cranberry Point Shear Zone indicate peak metamorphism was synchronous with localized crenulation of S1 around steep axes.
Polyphase deformation has resulted in the crenulation of the first phase cleavage and development of a weak second fabric locally, and later formation of conjugate kink bands in favourable lithologies.
Crenulation cleavages correspond with the minor and variably oriented late folds.
The tooth-like crenulations crowning the installation -- giving it the look of a medieval defensive wall -- give way to undulations that evoke a horizon line.
These crenulations and ridges accentuate the form, highlighting concentrations of shards.
A conservation team worked tirelessly for 15 months to restore the original appearance, colour and texture of the building and to accurately portray the fort's distinctive architectural features, including its wind-scoops, columns and crenulations.
A conservation team has worked tirelessly to restore the original appearance, colour and texture of the building and to accurately portray the fort's distinctive features, including its wind-scoops, columns and crenulations.