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The pollen bodies in the flower-dust of many flowering plants also often assume the form of facetted spheres.
THE WONDERS OF LIFEERNST HAECKEL
Owing to these differences, eyes have been divided into simple and compound, and into facetted and non-facetted.
THE ORIGIN OF VERTEBRATESWALTER HOLBROOK GASKELL
When completely facetted the brilliant is finished and requires only to be cleaned, when it is ready for sale.
They are less expensive to cut than fully facetted stones and do not have the snappy brilliancy of the latter.
I always think of Katherine as significant, many facetted, meaning much.
THE DULL MISS ARCHINARDANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
The elongated handle striking a sharp acute angle adjacent to the edge of the broad facetted body offers a inharmonious note.

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