Convex, anteriorly truncate glabella tapers forward and is outlined by broad, shallow axial and preglabellar furrows.
The dykes and sheets sharply truncate structures in the wall rock gneisses and greenstones, and large (several tens of metres) wall-rock xenoliths may be completely engulfed by the intrusive sheets.
The cell is oval with a truncate apical region, from which the flagella and haptonema originate.
The ends are usually acute or obtuse, but sometimes also fish tail-like, truncate or vague.
Then it rushed the deal through via an urgency committee which truncated public debate and scrutiny.
For all of these goods, product cycles are truncated by rapid innovation.
It was truncated on its northern fringe by two prehistoric mining pits and on its eastern side by another.
The Chinese and English versions are truncations with a significant number of lines being omitted.
Even such truncated performances, however, are thought to evoke cosmic responses such as thunderstorms or strong rain.
What happened, though, was that the debate ran eight minutes long, so all of the ensuing commentary was truncated .