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He was close enough to see the serrated edges on every three-inch tooth.
The anterior end is deeply serrated and articulates with the zygomatic bone.
Position concrete pavers, then trace around them with a serrated knife.
Cut the pumpkin in half, starting at the stem and going towards the base, using a serrated knife.
The stingray's spine, or barb, can be ominously fashioned with serrated edges and a sharp point.
They are also distinguishable by a row of skin flaps along their arms and legs, which resembles a serrated knife.
They are gray-brown to olive-green on top with off-white undersides, and they have heavily serrated, triangular teeth.
The hunter used its serrated teeth-shorter than the sabertooth's-to take down mammoths and other prey.
Their strikingly colored carapace is serrated and has overlapping scutes, or thick bony plates.
They have innumerable faces, fractured and serrated, crosshatched and slumped.
By the time the caterpillar is done, the leaves may be much smaller, but their borders maintain their maiden serrated form.
It comes with a vacuum attachment and bag, and its impeller has serrated teeth for serious mulching.
If necessary, trim top of each with long serrated knife to make it level, then cut horizontally in half.
Halve each cake layer horizontally using a long serrated knife.
Halve each cake layer horizontally with a long serrated knife using a gentle sawing motion.
Then, instead of simply leaving, he walked back to the kitchen and got a long serrated knife.
Leaves are alternate and each has three serrated leaflets.
The bottom platform of each tree stand has a lot number stamped on the serrated blades that would indicate when it was produced.

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