thickset


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having a short and solid form or stature

planted or growing close together

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Cereal root 'architecture' involves a few big, thickset roots called crown roots that act as a framework from which all the smaller, lateral roots spread out into the different layers of soil, which contain the various nutrients.
Female: Similar to male but larger, much more robust and thickset.
The first priest I ever met was cold, thickset, and
Next, a small, thickset middle-aged woman forced her way in and welded herself onto the end of the queue.
A thickset father in front of us tipped his popcorn and cola onto the ground.
This thickset heron is largely blue-gray above and below with a black cap, yellow legs and short, sharp bill.
However, the research results of Nowak-Starz, Dutkiewicz and Ciesla (2004); and research on the development of six-year-old children realised countrywide for the Ministry of National Education in the years 2005-2007 as part of the "Dziecko szescioletnie u progu nauki szkolnej" (Six-year-old child at the doorstep of school education) research project, indicate a linear build in further ontogenetic development of urban children and a thickset build of rural children, additionally strengthened by early-undertaken physical work [14]
Everyone here is ashamed to talk of it," said a thickset man in a white shirt and brown shorts.
And, here, just as I finally reach the village, are the two thickset fairy chimneys cut with pigeon-houses whose painted doorways always remind me of kilim patterns.
A blond-haired, thickset man with a handlebar mustache, Heady brims with pride in his work--and in the knowledge that he is keeping two men out of the escalating clockwork of institutional long-term care.
Both specimens were in reproductive condition and had the following in common (Nierstrasz, 1902, 1905; Stork, 1941): a body length of 2 or 3 cm with irregular transverse constrictions; a single pedal fold; thickset filiform vestibular papillae (>1 per root, D.
Kurkdjian's first work shows a male nude whose distorted, thickset and neckless body is punctured by several long, thin mental pins.
The sexton was a burly, thickset man, looking physically stronger than his age implied.
It is also surprising how the thickset Sharma managed to slip out of such a narrow ventilator," an officer said.