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Some are beautifully polished and ornamented with incised work.
Others from the same city were ornamented by incised lines rubbed in with white chalk, in which case they were flat.
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They were all of a black color and their incised ornamentation was practically the same as those from the upper cities.
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On the outside, just below the rim, are the four incised parallel lines mentioned.
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Not only were the products greatly similar, but the same style of geometric decoration by incised lines is common to both.
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The incised lines of the specimen indicate the possible intention of the artist to make the Swastika.
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Its flat surface is decorated with a Greek cross in incised lines, two quarters of which are filled with hatch marks.
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An incised wound is one made by a cutting instrument, such as a knife or a piece of glass.
A TREATISE ON SHEEP:AMBROSE BLACKLOCK
To avoid such occurrences, it is in many cases proper to convert a punctured into an incised wound.
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All the wounds which can be inflicted may be classed under the heads of incised, punctured, and lacerated.
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