- Having the edges overlapping in a regular arrangement, as roof tiles or the scales of a fish.
- A thin, flat layer or scale, as that of a fish.
- A congenital, often hereditary skin disease characterized by dry, thickened, scaly skin.
- Any creeping semiaquatic feather palm of the genus nipa found in mangrove swamps and tidal estuaries its sap is used for a liquor leaves are used for thatch fruit has edible seeds.
- Bract: a leaflike or scalelike plant part usually small sometimes showy or brightly colored and located just below a flower a flower stalk or an inflorescence.
- "Bract: a leaflike or scalelike plant part usually small sometimes showy or brightly colored and located just below a flower a flower stalk or an inflorescence."
- This is another sqamous cell carcinoma that extends from hilum to pleura.the black areas represent anthracotic pigment trapped in the tumor.
- At high magnification the normal cervical squamous epithelium at the left merges into the dysplastic squamous epithelium at the right in which the cells are more disorderly.
- The differential diagnosis includes squamous cell carcinoma verrucous carcinoma and condyloma accuminatum.
- Jointed and nearly leafless desert shrub having reduced scalelike leaves and reddish fleshy seeds.
- Broomrape: any of various parasitic herbs of the genus orobanche having purplish or yellowish flowers and small scalelike leaves that lack chlorophyll.broomrape grows on the roots of various plants.
- "Broomrape: any of various parasitic herbs of the genus orobanche having purplish or yellowish flowers and small scalelike leaves that lack chlorophyll.broomrape grows on the roots of various plants."
- A short thick solid food-storing underground stem sometimes bearing papery scale leaves as in the crocus or gladiolus.
- With a versatile offer pallet like for example travel turkey italy in addition to assignment france summer and events sport-turist brno s.r.o.can serve many interested markets.
- They have scaly green-tinged coppery hide and a pair of wings that extend6feet to each side when outstreched.