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ADJ   pointed | more pointed | most pointed
VERB   to point | pointed | pointed
pointing | points
азиатский пилорыл {м} [Anoxypristis cuspidata, syn.: Pristis cuspidatus]
pointed sawfish
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Usage Examples English
  • Five-pointed stars represent sandstone, those with three-pointed branches, the "bétous", or (superficial karst).
  • NCC third sergeants, second sergeants and first sergeants wear a rank insignia of three pointed-down chevrons, three pointed-down chevrons with one pointed-up chevron and three pointed-down chevrons with two pointed up-chevrons respectively, all with the letters 'NCC' located below the insignia, so as to differentiate NCC cadets from Singapore Armed Forces personnel.
  • In 1901, the pointed spire on the keep was destroyed. It was replaced with an octagonal pointed neo-gothic tower made from tuff stone.
  • Six-pointed stars represent the stars in the heaven.
  • The silver 8-pointed and six-pointed stars that had been worn between 1931 and 1936 were replaced by the five pointed red star.
  • The seven-pointed stars stand in contrast to the vexillologically more conventional five-pointed stars.
  • In the interior of the church, massive cruciform piers sustain high, large barrel vaults consisting of pointed arches and transverse pointed arches.
  • The Square is divided into 11 segments, in the pattern of an 11-pointed star.
  • One useful variant is the homotopy category of pointed spaces.
  • All pointed white rabbits of true breeding have red eyes.
  • The oxeas (spicules pointed at both ends) are straight or slightly curved. One end is sharply pointed and the other more rounded.
  • The species name refers to the pointed apical area of the costa of the valva and is derived from Latin "acuminatus" (meaning pointed).
  • The species name refers to the pointed uncus and is derived from "cuspidis" (meaning pointed).
  • The species name refers to the valva with two pointed processes at the distal end is derived from Latin "bicuspidatus" (meaning two pointed).
  • A cusp is the most pointed end of a curve. It often refers to cusp (anatomy), a pointed structure on a tooth.
  • The sheath consists of five to seven pairs of bulk leaves which are narrowly elliptical in shape, a broad-pointed to pointed tip, and inclined to appear sessile.
  • The species name is derived from the Latin "cuspidis" (meaning pointed end) and refers to the pointed apex of phallus.
  • One pattern on the scroll consists of nine-pointed and eleven-pointed geometric star figures, and other one thirteen-pointed and sixteen-pointed geometric star figures.
  • The pointed arch originated in the Byzantine and Sassanian empires, where it mostly appears in early churches in Syria.
  • The pointed set concept is less important; it is anyway the case of a pointed discrete space.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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