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  • n. Plural form of fenestration.


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  • It¡¯s the fetid stench of complacency hanging in the air, the smoothness of the fenestrations on the local Hogi*Yogi (one of the many varieties of sandwich/smoothie shops that dot the landscape like abandoned freezers or stray cats would in a nice, normal, dirty neighborhood) that highlight how much of the space in that area is either badly developed or in the process of being badly developed.

    kinaesthesia Diary Entry

  • To the right lay the outer wall and its splendid arched fenestrations showing the city of Rome slugging out of her kip.

    The Vatican Rip

  • They paused at the edge of it, staring directly across its length, and there, upon the far shore, just visible, were the shadowy towers and fenestrations of Mistral, the home of Sardonyx.

    beneath an opal moon

  • Many fenestrations, open spaces like windows. perforated the vertebrae of her neck and tail, thus reducing their weight.


  • The papillæ are more numerous at the inner part or towards the attached end; and a circlet of longitudinally disposed folds radiate from the bottom of the follicles, in which a number of small pits or fenestrations are sometimes visible.

    Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society - Vol. 3 Zoology

  • As he did so pools and islands amidst the darkness about him leapt to vivid light again, the uproar surged louder and the glare of the fifth white star shone through the vast fenestrations of the theatre walls.

    When the Sleeper Wakes

  • The fenestrations in the further float flashed open as the aeronaut tried to right her.

    When the Sleeper Wakes

  • SurgiMend PRS incorporates a dense network of fenestrations, as fenestrations have been shown to assist in fluid drainage and to improve vascularization and incorporation, while also providing gradual and directional stretching as needed when used with expanders.


  • SurgiMend PRS is available in three unique shapes and sizes to accommodate a wide range of expanders, implants and techniques: a 7 x 17 cm rectangle; a 10 x 15 cm semi-oval; and a 10 x 20 cm rectangle, all of which are available with fenestrations to assist with fluid drainage, provide gradual stretch, and improve incorporation.


  • (D) Endothelial fenestrations of the choriocapillaris (arrows) were quantified at 28 days post-infection on TEM micrographs (n = 3 mice / condition).

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