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Things recurved often describes (“recurved ________”)
teeth, spines, hooks, prickles, tips, petals, point, bow, leaves, hook, tip, margins, spine, points, ends, claws, rim, hairs, canal, branches, portion, spring, margin, spits, process, end, tube, thorns, bows, horns, apex, lobes, line, edges, tooth, tail, beak, barbs, feathers, flowers, bowl, edge, springs, lips, rims, lip, segments, bill, sepals, valves, stigmas, processes, prickle, denticles, scales, bristles, stalks, bowls, canines, setae, blossoms, ridges, fangs, styles, claw, crest, shape, wings, row, crowns, projection, rays, apices, tusks, leaf, pedicels, veins, sides, upwards, stamens, walls, appendages, neck, horn, extremity, flap, bracts, backwards, cusp, style, beaks, limb, blade, hooklets, plumes, rostrum, jet

How recurved often is described (“________ recurved”)
little, submedian, apex, much, complex, internal, straight, less


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