In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- I traced the contours of it for a moment, wondering how much longer their dewy, life-like coloring would last.
- He was so perfectly shaped that all she wanted to do was trace the contours of his musculature and well formed face.
- We want to shape the contours of the research setting, by presenting the latest developments and by mapping the terrain of future exploration.
- Open linear shapes are the contours of nurses' stations, curved forms the sine waves of various organ-function monitors.
- Previous generations of humankind have revelled in the shape, the contours of the female form, but now, women seem to be being educated towards a near-parody of what nature originally intended.
- The images were precisely to scale, the contours actual traces of the plants themselves.
- Intensity modulated radiotherapy is a developing new technology which can produce an even distribution of radiation dose within a target volume which follows the contours of an irregularly shaped tumour.
- There is an almost abstract flavour to his creations - speedy outlines and contours take shape on the canvas as he moves about in a blur.
- But Rosa's life is also a very modern one, its broad contours shaped by global economic forces and its details modified by individual needs and personal enterprise.
- As feminist theorists in the 1980s and 1990s proliferated differences in order to better represent the contours of twentieth-century life, science kept pace.
- Triangles provide stability and curved shapes soften the contours of objects.
- The rooms have shapes and contours that seem determined to disorientate, although the overall effect is striking and seductive.
- A thick fluffy pillow was shaped to the contours of her head.
- He traces the trajectory of the city's industrial growth and its rising immigrant population, describing how these processes in turn shaped the contours of class formation.
- Events may have been shaped to fit the contours of a film script, but the emotional truth of the situations is vividly authentic.
- No independent existence for women outside of the patriarchal system that shaped the contours of their lives was possible.
- Angles and curves, shapes and contours fascinate young minds.
- The painter believes that he is going beyond shapes, contours and colours.
- It's the shapes rather than the contours which attract us in Piero's painting.
- We take for granted the unique shapes and contours of ourselves, as easily as we forget, or perhaps don't consider, our ancestry.
2contours plural(curves)curvas feminine
- When I buy a house I get out the maps and study the contours, rejecting anything where there's the slightest chance of flooding.
- A built-in Mathematica algorithm was used to fit contours to a lattice of values calculated by numerical solution of Equation 11 and Equation 12.
- The contours show that the steepest gradients surround the Earth and Sun, with the five Earth Lagrange Points located in equilibrium regions with relatively gentle gradient.
- It is noteworthy that this map closely matches the petrographic contours of the geological map.
- On a map without contours, two communities cut off from one another by an impassable mountain may appear as close neighbours.
3also contour linecurva de nivel femininecota feminine
- The strong sense of stability is created by large-diameter wheels positioned near the extreme corners of the body and by boldly contoured shoulder lines that run from the headlamps to the rear of the body.
- Surgeons have advanced in technique to shape and contour the deeper facial tissues and resuspend them.
- The seats are cloth-covered, contoured, soft, with improved back support and fold-up armrests; and passengers in standard class have an extra two inches of legroom.
- Its even more powerful appearance is reflected in a new frontal design with short body overhangs and a highly contoured rear end.
- Workers need something contoured to fit them and their office aches and pains.
- Intrinsically feminine but contoured to the way that most women look, they are made on soft fabric.
- Of its many versions, there's one with a deeply contoured seat that looks frightening but is the most comfortable thing I've ever sat on.
- The outer edge is being cut to contour and then rolled into shape.
- Each unit in the series has custom tubing shapes, contoured cushions and a lower profile, which combine to create a clean, contemporary look that is engaging to exercisers.
- The clip, which is contoured neatly into the pen, is also a new design.
- The high back of the chair was contoured specifically to his own back.
- Incidentally, all the car's seats are contoured and similar to those shaped for motor sport, providing all-round support.
- To circumvent this, it will be helpful if the seats are designed with a contoured shape since it will reduce or eliminate pressure points.
- The layers can be stacked like 1-millimeter-thick pages of a book, and even contoured into desired shapes prior to heating.
- With a few simple steps, you can transform this classically contoured design into a comfortable gliding rocker that will last for years to come.
- Offer quality leather that is highly contoured or very soft to conform to a woman's body.
- Constructed of shatter-resistant plastic, the compass has an oversized, contoured knob and an adjustable nut to accommodate pens, pencils and thin markers.
- In addition, they have a contoured back-supported seat that positions the user behind the pedals and 34 seat adjustment options for customization regardless of user height, according to the company.
- All of his handles are contoured and rounded for the ultimate in user comfort, which has become his calling card.
2(railway/road) construir siguiendo las curvas del terreno
- There were level parts contouring along the hillside where I sauntered past brilliant wildflowers or sharply aromatic herbs.
- These roads contoured steep slopes above streams, and the aspect measured was that of the prevailing slope.
- The route continued contouring the south coast, the border regions, and the north coast on return to Dili.
- A full colour photograph, contoured map and additional facts about the history, geology and wildlife of the area accompany each route.
- Detectives can then see the results on screen as a contoured two or three-dimensional map which can help them to work out where the offender may be based.
- Data from the first and second PC and the geographical coordinates for each breed were combined and plotted as contoured geographic maps using a geostatistical griding method.
- It is important to note that these maps were hand contoured, and contour software packages were not used due to accuracy and availability of data in some units.
- These spheres are then used to compute a three-dimensional density map which, when contoured, defines the surface of the gap region.
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