Striation

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Striation

In numismatics, small lines on the surface of a coin, sometimes only visible with magnification. Striation may be caused by polishing the die that struck the coin.
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This measured square was used for counting the number of intercalated ducts, striated ducts, acini and demilunes.
Detrusor overactivity is accompanied by dyssynergia with the striated external sphincter mechanism, leading to high intravesical pressure and incomplete bladder emptying.
Deleuze and Guattari's conception of the smooth and striated is quite counter-intuitive: the smooth is presented as heterogeneous and the striated as homogenous.
The point of departure for many of the presentations was the many instances in the Americas where static cultural and ethnic imperatives expelled or purified difference and refused to recognize what lay beyond the boundaries of striated New World space.
The solution the Atonists assume is to replace the "manic" (smooth) with the "lucid" (striated) by confining Jes Grew to its text, or to the Atonist version of textuality which does not open up meaning but restricts it to one reading, in effect killing it by preempting future signification.
Striated muscle was present in 4 (57%) of 7 biopsies, the posterior end was present in 3 (43%) of 7 biopsies, and the head was not identified in any of the biopsies (Figures 2-4).
Representing the interior of a large luxury sedan, Ark used a fusion of Conan colors and textures to produce interior trim items that looked like polished, striated stone.
A crocodilian is represented by a generalized, striated piercing tooth and a juvenile tooth.
Coleman works out ensemble riffs rather than striated spreads, so the potential colours sprayed by this large horn array often seem strangely limited.
Cutting patterns for beef, pork, lamb, game, poultry and fish am featured, plus a number of invertebrates such as crabs, lobsters, shrimps, squid and scallop that also produce striated muscle.
In this group of patients, there was a high level of myofascial tenderness of the striated muscle of the pelvic floor that was almost always seen with the associated inability to singly or repeatedly relax the same muscle group.
The mouth of the canyon, created by a 22-foot-waterfall, was lined with a foot-thick layer of reinforced concrete, plus a cosmetic layer embedded with stream debris and blended to match the striated glacial till.