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tapering at each end

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The rigid independent spindle-shaped SAN particles act as the growth front in the crystallization of iPP and the induced crystal structures dominate the whole fiber.
Washington, June 7 ( ANI ): Researchers have revealed that the spindle-shaped inclusions in 3 billion-year-old rocks are microfossils of plankton that probably inhabited the oceans around the globe during that time.
The aggressive breast cancer cells grow rapidly and normally appear spindle-shaped or thin and elongated," said Dr Resar.
Benefiting from a dozen Lexus-first features and technical innovations the new IS line-up showcases a distinctive style led by a new-look spindle-shaped front grille plus a fresh interior with extra space for rear seat passengers and a larger more user-friendly boot.
Both GS versions come in Luxury and F Sport grade, the latter looking more aggressive with 19-inch rims, a boot-lip spoiler and sports-styled bumpers to go with the new spindle-shaped upper and lower grilles.
It made a foray into wood with new spindle-shaped candlesticks.
Lexus says the new cars will deliver outstanding dynamic performance and driver engagement while also adopting a more distinctive style led by a new-look spindle-shaped front grille.
The new IS adopts more powerful, distinctive styling inside and out, led by a dramatic interpretation of Lexus's hallmark spindle-shaped front grille arrangement.
Both GS versions come in Luxury and F Sport grade, the latter looking more aggressive with 19in rims, a boot-lip spoiler and sports-styled bumpers to go with the new spindle-shaped upper and lower grilles.
Histopathologically myofibrosarcomas are characterized by a cellular proliferation of spindle-shaped cells arranged in intersecting fascicles and sheets within scant collagenous to myxoid stroma.
Cellular morphology of stem cells varied between monolayer of round, elongated spindle-shaped with shorter/longer cytoplasmic extensions and they were grown in single cell or in cluster form.
As a result, they create a spindle-shaped contour with an encased hollow space.
Using modified May Grunwald Giemsa (MGG) stain the imprint smears obtained were found to be cellular mainly consisting of irregular, anisocytotic spindle-shaped atypical cells with oval hyperchromatic nuclei (Fig.
Twelve small, white spindle-shaped, bug-like organisms stuck in the mucous membrane of the tongue, cheek, and gingiva were completely removed, along with the affected mucosa," the researchers said.
Similar to their soft tissue counterparts, the reported monophasic synovial sarcomas of the heart consist of monomorphous spindle-shaped cells with scant to moderate cytoplasm and nuclei with fine chromatin and an inapparent or single, small nucleolus.