an ovate

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  • In this case we have formed an ovate or an oval form. Cited from Carpentry for Boys, by J. S. Zerbe
  • Each leaflet is approximately three inches long and one inch wide, with an ovate shape to each.
  • The light yellow shell has an ovate shape.
  • The solid, large shell has an ovate-pointed shape.
  • It was "a small flat stone, of an ovate shape, containing an inscription in unknown characters".
  • The minute shell is thin, shining and has an ovate shape.
  • The mine has the form of an ovate blotch mine.
  • It has an ovate shape, but it is rather depressed.
  • Each pod contains six to seven peas, which are of an ovate form, and about a third of an inch in their greatest diameter. Cited from The Field and Garden Vegetables of America, by Fearing Burr
  • The small, solid shell has an ovate-round shape with 5 whorls.
  • The thin, soiled yellowish white shell is very elongate and has an ovate shape.
  • It has an ovate shape, and is rather depressed.
  • The species have an ovate leaves that are long and is related to Betula fruticosa.
  • The small, solid shell has an ovate-turbinate shape.
  • The small shell has an ovate to fusiform shape.
  • The large, heavy, solid, imperforate shell has an ovate-conic shape.
  • It has an ovate trunk region and a large muscular foot, and a head with stalked eyes and a pair of long tentacles.
  • The small, solid, elevated shell has an ovate-conic shape.
  • The small, semi-transparent shell has an ovate-discoidal shape.
  • The minute, rather solid, narrowly perforate shell has an ovate-turbinate shape.
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