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Microsaur scales frequently have thickened posterior margins and possess striations or starburst or net-like ornament.
Rocks lodged under the heavy ice scored the bedrock underneath, and from a distance, these parallel scratches (called striations) could be said to resemble combed hair.
The intermittent sunlight and shadows brought out an array of colors in the striations of the rock layers.
Gaze in wonder at the striations of color in Death Valley, feel on your clothes the sopping California fog and on your face the weight of a cloud bank pressing against a lone tree on a South Dakota horizon.
Plato talks of inequality and class striations as being the biggest threat to Greek society.
The condition looks like white striations running parallel to the regular muscle.
The same striations infect the other images in the painting, of Ray-Ban sunglasses promoted in two large banner ads.
Iris The colored part of the eye has unique furrows, striations, pits, and variations.
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