crescent

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Synonyms

sickle-shaped

Synonyms for crescent

any shape resembling the curved shape of the moon in its first or last quarters

Related Words

resembling the new moon in shape

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CA VI is an abundant secretory protein expressed in the serous acinar and demilune cells of the salivary glands and some unidentified epithelial cells of the rat lacrimal gland [15], but not in any tissues of the lower gastrointestinal tract [16].
Curves are plentiful, in serpentine and bombe styles and in a drum table and demilune entertainment armoire.
A Regency brass inland rosewood small pedestal Pembroke work table also sold for pounds 2,200, and a Regency cross-banded figured mahogany bowfront dressing table made pounds 720 and a George III satinwood banded and polychrome painted mahogany demilune card table sold to the Cotswold trade at pounds 1,450.
Twin demilune console tables, skirted voluptuously in a crisp cream and gold Fortuny document print, are topped by matching mirrors and French iron and amber glass electrified sconces.
The cherry wood living room collection includes an upholstered sofa and armchair, a side table, bookcase, demilune table and bar cabinet for $179.
A pair of demilune chests are intricately hand-painted with bygone European scenes and topped with marble slabs.