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They’re not recommended by most professionals, because they eat away a lot of the blade and can create uneven, almost serrated edges.
They are obtuse or somewhat acute, and have the edges crenate, or more or less distinctly serrate with sharp incurved teeth.
BEAUTIFUL FERNSDANIEL CADY EATON
The beaks are well developed and finely serrate in all species.
This is generally done with an instrument of bone, cut something in the shape of a small adz, with a serrate edge.
His description is as follows: Leaves cordate, dentate-serrate, glabrous on both sides.
The cherries are trees of moderate size and shrubs, having smooth, serrate leaves and white flowers.
(3/4-7 inches) long; leaves oblanceolate-obovate, acute at the apex, cuneate at the base, serrate or doubly serrate 3-6 cm.
TREES OF INDIANACHARLES CLEMON DEAM
Yet the process of hollowing goes forward visibly and in time will produce serrate forms.
Its stem is hairy and channelled; and the leaves have a few broad, lobed, serrate leaflets with a rough, hairy surface.
FIELD AND WOODLAND PLANTSWILLIAM S. FURNEAUX
Its leaves are digitate and long-stalked, with five obovate, serrate, hairy leaflets.
FIELD AND WOODLAND PLANTSWILLIAM S. FURNEAUX

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