In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(set in)(paragraph/line) sangrar
- I always have preferred to see such discussions in nested format, meaning that responses always are visible, indented somewhat from their parent.
- I'm still learning the intricacies of blogging and HTML formatting, especially indenting.
- I can adjust font, text justification, add bulleted or numbered lists, indent, use blockquotes and insert links and images without ever needing to resort to code.
- Below I first restate their argument point by point, which is indented, and then offer my refutation of each point.
- It would be nice to have the program all properly indented, so we use Emacs' indentation tools.
- James Cook, on his last voyage around the world, followed numerous fjords into the deeply indented Alaskan coast, meeting nothing but frustration.
- Dialogue appears in a column down the centre of the page indented from the business.
- It absolutely astonishes me that the ‘Tab’ key will not indent a line in any website builder currently used by members of the group.
- You then can remove tabs if you want by the above-mentioned method: gq is the command sequence for indenting comments.
- Chapter 14 covers lists, and Chapter 15 explains how to align and indent text.
- These programs aid in the alphabetizing of entries and subentries, creation of cross-references, indenting of subentries, formatting, and other index editing tasks.
- Its shape was unusual… about 2cm long, oval, rounded one side, indented on the other - shaped rather like a coffee bean.
- For reference and further processing, the pedigree data can also be saved in a simple text file, using tab indents to indicate ancestral levels.
- To measure the complex microrheology of the cells, beaded probes were used to indent the surface at a specified location on each cell.
- The ground was shaped into low mounds and swells, edged on one side by the ribbon of Highway 1 and indented on the other by ocean forces seeking weak points in the rock.
- When a chart is made to show the topical structure of a text, the progressive indenting represents topical depth.
- It is traditional to place extra colons at the beginning and end of each field when they are given on separate lines, as in this example, with all continuation lines indented by a tab.
- The Giant's Causeway is off the north coast and Belfast Lough indents the south-east coastline.
- However, indenting a line with any whitespace means that it continues the data from the previous line.
- The Brinell hardness test consists in indenting the metal surface with a 10-mm-diameter steel ball at a load of 3,000 kg mass.
- A mini-argument revolved round this, but to no point since the text is not so indented in the Official Journal version.
- The interface allows you to use either tabs or spaces to indent lines.
- All the lines are automatically indented for you.
- Denny pointed to the coastline, indented all along its length with big and little coves.
- Her lines are generally short and staggered - unevenly indented - conveying (perhaps misleadingly) speed in composition even as the poems unfold to four, five, six pages.
- Because the coastline of the area is indented, as wheat-growing expanded northwards the farms were still close to the sea and hence transport costs were low.
- Similarly, submailboxes appear as sent, drafts and so on, indented beneath Inbox.
- He was able to show that as a bubble collapsed one side of the sphere would suddenly indent forming a pointed jet which penetrated the other side of the bubble at high speed.
- It begins with a line containing ‘help’, followed by a number of lines of help text that are indented two spaces from the help line.
2(form recesses in)an indented coast line — un litoral recortado / accidentado
1to indent for sth — encargar algo
1pedido masculineorden de compra feminine
1(notch)(edge/surface) marcar(edge/surface) dejar marcas en
- Lorna's pillow was still indented where her head had been, and he pressed the side of his face against it, breathing in the smell of her hair.
- Put remaining flour into a large bowl, indenting the center of it to make a well.
- The second ring is considerably smaller and has an emerald colour stone indented in the middle.
- She was wearing trainers but didn't realise her body weight would indent it.
- It was then that Phil noticed the single wavy line indented in the middle of Kithaeme's forehead.
- The metal figurines that emerge from the mould are rough, indented with the texture of the clay.
- Beneath the windows, Gladstone spots another footprint, this one deeply indented in the soft soil.
- I try again, pressing harder, but the back of the knife handle indents my forefinger much more readily than the cutting edge scores the rock.
- This was achieved in two ways - by pricking the paper or by indenting it with a stylus.
- When the stairs were replaced with new timber, the family could see marks from the hobnail boots of the soldiers indented in the wood.
- Wake up, get out of bed, remove your butt from that indented sofa cushion and take a long overdue vacation from ‘media land!’
- We were engulfed by the sudden darkness, and I leaned out the window to press on a slightly indented part of the wall - a button for the secret underground compartment.
- Picking it up, she reads where a page is indented.
- A look of confusion was indented on my face, I as sure of it.
- It is exactly comparable to the way the surface of a ping-pong or tennis ball can be indented.
- A ring on the middle finger of her right hand was indented into the skull.
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