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a relatively long, straight, rigid piece of metal or other solid material

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Much space is instead reserved for the unusual rodlets that encircle the microvilli (Fig.
Four hundred and fifty years ago Theophrastus Bombastus Paracelsus von Honenheim reported on the use of magnetic iron rodlets which, when adequately placed, 'Heal fractures and ruptures, pull hepatitis out and draw back dropsy, also healing fistulae, cancer, and blood flows of women'.
More than 95% of this plant material comprises remains of medullosan pteridosperms, including trunks [less than or equal to] 95 mm in diameter that show resin rodlets and downward-recurved petioles, large bifurcating petioles [less than or equal to] 56 mm in diameter, and pinnae of Macroneuropteris scheuchzeri with cyclopterid pinnules, and Neuropteris ovata.
They are assembled with nylon rodlets for longer service life.
Other features include: raised ribs that span the entire belt width; an increase in container stability; the support of various sized products; easy changeover of product type; belts that are centre driven with a closed hinge design, which are assembled with nylon rodlets for longer service life; and chains which are available in various widths moulded in blue acetal.