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Synonyms for bladelike

shaped like a sword blade

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Its stumpy arms project upward, atop bladelike supports with irregular pentagonal cutouts.
Two small dorsal fins without spines located far back, behind the pelvic fin; anal fin absent; pectoral fins are short and angular; caudal fin without subterminal notch; body cylindrical and head moderately flattened; 5 pairs of gill slits; teeth compressed and bladelike; body covered by irregularly scattered thornlike denticles, varying from small to large, some fused in groups and may form large plates; body colour was brown above and paler below with red blotches.
From the rhopalial niche, the nerve ring traveled obliquely downward to the bases of the bladelike pedalia located at the bell interradii (Fig.
The show's earliest pieces, three all-black canvases from 1973, inaugurated Stamm's penchant for near-threatening, bladelike constructions.
"We felt it described the vehicle's bladelike lines and sharp styling.
5F, white arrow); right paramere with weakly sclerotized base, and flattened, bladelike apical portion (Fig.
However, for implanting into tubular bone, the bladelike design can be revisited.
Growing widely throughout the tropics, these small trees form dense clusters of long bladelike leaves.
Position of mandibular foramen--near top of the condylar process (1); on low or mid ramus anterior to a bladelike condyloid ridge (2); at the base of ramus near toothrow posterior to condyloid ridge (3); at base of ramus near toothrow anterior to condyloid ridge (4).
The opossum's skull contains a number of strong muscle attachment sites, including a tall, well-defined, bladelike sagittal crest.
Commercials director Timur Bekmambetov's feature debut tells of Bladelike bloodsucker (Konstantin Khabensky) in a struggle between good and evil.
This tall, elegant shrub will grow to a height of anywhere between 180cm300cm (6'-10') and forms a thick widespreading exotic clump with its bladelike foliage.
There's no doubt that Giacometti's mature sculptures--the insistently vertical, whip-thin striding men, the hieratic women with their hands pressed to their sides, and the massive busts with the bladelike heads --are markedly different from the precariously poised, ambiguous masses and open cages of his earlier work.