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Area

The size of a two-dimensional space. One calculates the area by multiplying the area's length by its width.

area

A measurement of the square footage contained within certain boundaries.
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22A; G, See annex), without gonostilar arm, internal margin and apical area covered with simple, long and very abundant hairs (Fig.
The distance from the MC to the apical area in male patients was (M = 4.77 mm [+ or -] 0.90) and in female patients was (M = 6.50 mm [+ or -] 1.57) observing a significant statistical difference in the distance from the MC to the apical area by sex (P = 0.004).
Cerci rather stout at base but gradually narrowed and little curved towards subparallel-sided, nearly cylindrical posterior area, towards apex more strongly curved, in apical area strongly setose and at tip provided with a small acute spinule (Figs 1G, 2F).
In Group 2, subgroup 2.1, the most frequent failure types in the coronal area was CD (46.7%) and AD (46.7%); in the middle area it was AD (66.7%), and in the apical area AD (73.3%).
Frons uniformly colored, macropterous tegmina heavily infuscated on clavus and apical area M.
--Basal keel of propodeum distinctly shorter than apical area. Apical area not especially broad, pointed or narrowly rounded anteriorly.
Enclosing or surrounding the apical area of a tooth root.
1C): hyaline; light brown fumose on the apical area; forewing with blackened basal cell; costal vein relatively short and ochre; veins ochre, becoming brownish in the apical area; the extremities of the veins with dark brown markings on both sides, and with deep brown infuscation on the radial and radiomedial crossveins; ambient vein dark brown; apical area octoloculate.
On physical examination, 3/g pansystolic murmur was heard at the apical area. Subsequently performed transthoracic echocardiography revealed severe rheumatic mitral regurgitation with normal left ventricular systolic functions.
We can't get light to the apical area, so it is important to use a dual cure (or chemical cure) for that application.
In transverse sections, each of the leaf and the leaflet can be divided into two areas: the basal area consists mainly of two types of large goblet cells, and the apical area that contains a mixture of supporting cells, sensory cells and four types of mucus-secreting cells.