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Wedge-shaped

wedge-shaped

1. Having the shape of a wedge; cuneiform.

2. (Science: botany) Broad and truncate at the summit, and tapering down to the base; as, a wedge-shaped leaf.


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... Harpia harpyja (Harpy Eagle) http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3094/3221669986_3638e082e8.jpg?v=0 Aquila audax (Wedge-tailed Eagle) http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c7/Bald.eagle.closeup.arp-sh.750pix.jpg/325px-Bald.eagle.closeup.arp-sh.750pix.jpg ...

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... has large, rounded, wide-set eyes that are a vivid green. The head is sometimes described as cobra-like which aptly describes the broad, medium wedge and flat profiles. The large, pointed ears are wide at the base and set rakishly toward the side of the head. The body of the Russian Blue is ...

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... and fast-track evolution. This fish w/anti-freeze is actually simpler. Gould calls this the wheel of fortune which interacts which Darwin's 'wedge'. Species compete for space in an overcrowded environment by wedging out others. However during periods of mass-extinction due to changes in the ...

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... And like ornithomimosaurids, tyrannosaurids also have what is called an arctometatarsus. An arctometatarsus is where metatarsal III forms a wedge distally, but pinches out proximally. This feature is unique and found in some ornithomimosaurs, deinonychosaurs, alvareszaurids, and oviraptorosaurs. ...

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