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Word: indentation

Definition: notch; deep recess; V. indent; CF. tooth


Sentences Containing 'indentation'

A highly pronounced cone can create a V-shaped indentation in the lower eyelid when the patient's gaze is directed downwards, known as Munson's sign.
Formatting settings, such as first-line indentation or spacing between paragraphs, take effect where the carriage return marks the break.
Stories not appearing in the North American edition are noted with additional indentation.
The spores are elongated, smooth, and have dimensions of 4–6 by 1.5–2 µm. Scanning electron microscopy has revealed that "C. ruber" (in addition to several other Phallales species) has a hilar scar—a small indentation in the surface of the spore where it was previously connected to the basidium via the sterigma.

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