The Turkish left rested securely on a re-entrant bend of the Tigris.
The re-entrant rectangles on the bracelet represented in Fig. 4, Pl.
Enamel plates cover the anterior surface and border the re-entrant angles in both upper and lower premolars.
Note especially the variation in complexity of occlusal pattern, width of re-entrant folds, and degree of tubercularity.
The crowded Infantry waiting in support would certainly have been driven out of the re-entrant with frightful slaughter.
In several specimens, however, the re-entrant fold is absent from the lingual surface of M1.
The extent and position of the re-entrant is shown by the course of the moraine in Plate II.
Such a ring made to pass the re-entrant corner of a wall—the edge of a window recess, for example—will appear to be attracted.
Acting as a wedge, it caused a re-entrant in the advancing margin of the glacier.
The village lay in a re-entrant of the hills, from which two long spurs projected like the piers of a harbour.