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All these spines are interlocking with one another and incurving.

The acorns of the red oak are large, and set in shallow saucers, with incurving rims.

Even the little seed of this tree is long and slender, its wing prolonged into two incurving hooks.

It was where an uprooted tree, fallen across an incurving bank, made a snug little recess that was closed in on three sides.

The rim thickened, incurving and undercut; ware as of no. 1, but the internal glaze a darker brown; approximate diameter, 14 in.

Dong-Yung hid her happiness even as the flowers hide theirs, within silent, incurving petals.

It was, in general, bottle-shaped, with an incurving shoulder at the top so that anything that fell in could not climb out.

Her foretopgallant-sail swelled to its cotton-like hue out of the black shadow of its incurving.

Paired tentacles short, proximally thick and convexly bulging, abruptly narrowed to an acute tip with incurving sides.

Deep among the incurving petals of the blushing-fragrance, he loses himself in his joys sometimes, till a breezy waft reveals him.

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