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In particular, pyramidal neurons — the most abundant type of neuron in the cortex — are distinctly different.
Shilling favors the variety Morris Blue, selected for its pyramidal habit and silver-blue needles.
The pyramidal configuration has resolved itself into an unconstrained grouping of figures.
On the right of these promenades is the river, on the left the pyramidal hill, of the Cerro de San Cristoval.
They are made of carved wood, and are of pyramidal shape; about a foot high and a foot broad at the base.
The fruit is of roundish form, sometimes pyramidal, or heart-shaped, the broad base uniting with the stem.
For folding pyramidal tents: The tent is thrown toward the rear and the back wall and roof canvas pulled out smooth.
In other respects conical tents are erected practically as in the case of pyramidal tents, as explained in par.
The smaller figures represent pyramidal hail, common in France, and occasionally in Great Britain.
In shape it is a perfect cube of eighteen feet, with a pyramidal stone roof, from which springs a stone pillar and hip knob.

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