foliate


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Related to foliate: folic acid, fungiform, foliate papillitis, Foliate papillae, Folate deficiency
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Synonyms for foliate

hammer into thin flat foils

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decorate with leaves

coat or back with metal foil

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number the pages of a book or manuscript

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grow leaves

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ornamented with foliage or foils

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(often used as a combining form) having or resembling a leaf or having a specified kind or number of leaves

(especially of metamorphic rock) having thin leaflike layers or strata

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44-45) tubular, apex of aedeagus expanded membranous, with tegular process in dorsal margin, with a quadrangular process in left view, with one foliate process in right view.
It includes an alphabet of decorative initials with faces; foliate alphabets; a zoomorphic alphabet of initials; and alphabets in Gothic script.
It is a foliate head or leaf mask of a man first appearing in Roman art in the first century A.
THE SANCTUARY RASUL MUD A DIY body mud pack to draw out toxins, ex foliate and boost circulation.
Patella foliate, depressed, with small dorsal granules and 1 mesodistal tubercle.
Del Monte Hass avocados are sodium- and cholesterol-free, have only five grams of fat per serving and have potassium, magnesium, foliate, dietary fiber, riboflavin and vitamins C, E and B6
This foliate structure is common to the coral and the plumage of birds, and to how large a part of animate and inanimate nature.
It is remarkably free of false notes; nothing seems forced; the poet finishes what she started even as she moves toward the awful possibility of "see[ing] my long abandoned hope / refracted off your foliate eyes.
There was a good deal of interest in Australian `ferns', so that, for example, the widowed Lady Hotham could pass the address of a London nursery to the sculptor of her late husband's tomb monument (destined for Melbourne) so that he could go and copy plants suitable for the foliate ornamentation.
The moon's gone: but his Sight after a few moments adjusts To the underbrush's intricacies Of shade, the high overcast's Smooth smudged charcoal, the upflung Foliate antennae edging more sharply Their arched life form, as he treads along Its track to the cliff-top, to descry The northern ness's distant chalk-face Now an almost livid non-pallor, And West the sleek panther-black sea's Slow pulse.
Mystery of Generation (1987), a simple but extremely compelling print, is a narrow vertical strip containing three images: an ancient woman's face, pensive and troubled; a bird-headed child, curled and upside-down as if in the womb (or the egg); and the Green Man, the foliate head of Celtic tradition, prepatriarchal man.
If the greens are bound for bouquets, strip the foliate from the portions of the stems that will be immersed in water.
022-00272) CONFECCION, MIXTURE AND PRINTING OF BOOK FEATURES: HARD TOP AND PRINTED'LIBRO CAJA', 250-SHEET foliate E printed on both sides, MEASURE 38 CMS.
Frons, in lateral view, slightly convex, longer in mid line than widest part, basal margin roundly convex or truncate, one-fifth as wide as broadest part; median carina simple, with basal half obsolete, lateral margins strongly foliate basally, extending laterad beneath antennae, hence incurved into suture, disk of frons depressed at basal third, or apparently so on account of deeply foliate margins.