hollt, agen, agennau, hagen, hagennau, holltau
Noun(1) a split or indentation in something (as the palate or chin(2) a long narrow opening
Verb(1) separate or cut with a tool, such as a sharp instrument(2) make by cutting into(3) come or be in close contact with; stick or hold together and resist separation
Adjective(1) split or divided(2) having one or more indentations reaching nearly to the midrib
(1) And the last one with the cleft in his chin who's all around nice and funny├ö├ç┬¬ his name is Marco.(2) He said that hair lip and cleft palette ran in his family.(3) The surgeon will make an incision on each side of the cleft from the lip to the nostril.(4) One previous project was the Smile Campaign, which gave reconstructive surgery to children with cleft palettes and those with burns.(5) A member of the craniofacial team introduces the new parents to the parent-to-parent network available to parents of infants with cleft deformities.(6) He ran his thumb down the cleft of his chin, self-consciously, over a small vertical shaving nick on the cleft of his chin.(7) Her eyes trailed upwards and stopped at the small stubborn cleft in his square chin.(8) He or she will feel for pulses behind your inside ankle bone or in the cleft between your big and next toe.(9) Significant areas of fraying, hemorrhage, granulation tissue, or an unusually deep cleft also suggest lesions.(10) She had his sharp nose and round face with the cleft chin.(11) You plunge into a winding cleft whose strata swirl across cliffs like a serrated knife through butter.(12) The management that can be used is either to place some sort of obturator in the cleft or to close the cleft with available tissue of the roof of the mouth.(13) The British Museum is in a bit of a cleft stick over Africa.(14) It diffuses across the synaptic cleft and binds to the end organ adrenergic receptor.(15) He also noticed, growing out of a cleft in a rock in front of him, a strawberry plant with one ripe berry.(16) Painted five years earlier, the nine children of Friedrich Wilhelm Paul Leopold of Schleswig-Holstein each shared the dark eyes and cleft chin of their father.
(1) cleave :: glynu
(2) cleft palate :: taflod hollt
(3) cleft chin :: ên hollt
1. split ::
2. dissected ::
3. split ::
4. dimple ::
5. scissure ::
7. plow ::
8. rive ::
9. adhere ::
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