serrated


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Synonyms for serrated

Synonyms for serrated

notched like a saw with teeth pointing toward the apex

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Flange nuts extend the bearing surface of the nut for better load carrying - plain flange nuts and serrated flange formats are available.
Background: Colorectal serrated polyp is considered as histologically heterogeneous lesions with malignant potential in western countries.
Serrated architecture in colonic mucosa means having sawtooth-like notches along the luminal edges of the crypts.
Originally available with a fine edge, a second version of the prep knife has a newly developed serrated edge that remains sharp and cuts through foods like crusty bread and tomatoes but does not tear them.
1 Choose a medium to large pumpkin and use a sharp serrated knife to cut off the crown.
It also has a serrated knife blade, flat blade and Philips screwdrivers and gut hook, all with liner locks--and it's only $69.
Researchers suggest that Dimetrodon, a carnivore that walked on land between 298 million and 272 million years ago, was the first terrestrial vertebrate to develop serrated ziphodont teeth.
08 ( ANI ): Researchers have found that Dimetrodon, a carnivore that walked on land between 298 million and 272 million years ago, was a meat lover and had the first known serrated "steak knife" teeth.
I am using a serrated one at the moment and I am getting a little fed up with shredded Sunday roast.
Many dinosaurs that feast on meat have teeth with edges serrated on both sides, like a double-edged steak knife.
They should be cut or sliced with a serrated edged knife - better still, with a tomato knife, which has a serrated blade with a rounded end, and is one of my 'desert island' pieces of kitchen equipment because of its versatility.
The fine diamond serrated attachment allows sharpening of notched and curved blades.
New concerns--including the risk of interval colorectal cancer (CRC), the risk of proximal colorectal cancer, and the role of serrated polyps in carcinogenesis--prompted an update to the guidelines, which were last revised in 2006, according to lead author Dr.
New concerns, including the risk of interval colorectal cancer (CRC), the risk of proximal colorectal cancer, and the role of serrated polyps in carcinogenesis prompted an update to the guidelines, which were last revised in 2006, according to lead author Dr.
Then there's the mirror-finished slide with 50-lpi serrations to match the serrated adjustable sight.