Greek key
Noun

Greek key (plural Greek keys)

  1. (art) A decorative border constructed from a continuous line, shaped into a repeated motif, that is commonly found in Greek art.
    Synonyms: Greek fret, meander
  2. (chemistry) A structural motif in proteins consisting of four adjacent antiparallel strands and their linking loops.



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