Once again, the first thing to do is establish how the specimen is received. One clue (image A) is the dense purple "blob" at the right side of the picture: this represents K-Y jelly; therefore, we can assume these are washings/brushings.
Nuclei may be slightly enlarged with small punctate cherry-red nucleoli.
Binucleation and multinucleation is common, especially in the umbrella cells.
Clusters and sheets do not have fibrovascular cores.
Cells still "respect" each other's borders.
Background is relatively clean, without necrosis or debris.