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Things whorl often describes (“whorl ________”)
section, branchlets, height, shell, side, shape, branches, sides, profile, shells, formation, branchlet, stage, swastikas, aperture, index, flower, pattern, patterns, large, spindle, ventricose, convex, swastika, sections, number, diameter, classification, hairs, breadth, art, branch, grass, loop, family, twisting, thickness, rate, hole, leaves, face, suture, heads, spire, direction, base

How whorl often is described (“________ whorl”)
last, outer, first, inner, single, penultimate, second, final, large, third, body, spindle, next, lower, fourth, outermost, half, previous, lowest, embryonic, central, double, nuclear, upper, apical, inflated, fifth, formed, terminal, complete, staminal, innermost, basal, spiral, shaped, rounded, floral, smooth, postnuclear, ceramic, largest, eighth, sixth, postembryonic, top, false, plain, continuous, ultimate, seventh, wooden, like, biconical, conical, uppermost, flat, dense, successive, swollen, antesepalous, broken, quarter, antepetalous, circular, fertile, topmost, parietal, round, septate, adjacent, fragmentary, nepionic, accidental, perianth, unfinished

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