How To Use Wavy In A Sentence

  • She was simple in all respects, but her warm ice blue eyes brought out every feature and long wavy brown hair shone in the moonlight.
  • Double bright pink two - tone wavy. TL variegated, plain. Standard trailer.
  • A crest of wavy, blond hair was loosely rooted on a magisterial forehead.
  • His wavy silver hair was slicked back to better reveal his large and luminescent round blue eyes, which were at the moment centered on Katrina.
  • I had a momentary image - very clear, very politically incorrect, and very likely brought on by Pam's mention of the cartoon books I'd once drawn for a little sick girl - of a large talking skunk in a beret, Monsieur Pepé Le Pew, strutting around my daughter's pension (if that was the word for a bedsitter-type apartment in Paris) with wavy aroma lines rising from his white-striped back. Duma Key
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  • There he cut a memorable figure with his red sash, billowing white shirt and stupendous head of crisp wavy hair. The Times Literary Supplement
  • His hair was short and wavy, and oh, so black, a true blue-black, such as Pamela had rarely seen before.
  • Held by the stalk at the bottom, they look like dainty fans with a wavy edge. Times, Sunday Times
  • Devil killer body, a large wavy golden hair shine, slender legs wearing a yellow goose miniskirts, show figure of the perfect.
  • He was about six feet tall with wavy blonde hair and fair skin.
  • Devil killer body, a large wavy golden hair shine, slender legs wearing a yellow goose miniskirts, show figure of the perfect.
  • Glass has historic value, too: keep crown glass panes with wavy or circular patterns. Times, Sunday Times
  • Long wavy black hair and light blue eyes created a contrast that was breathtaking.
  • A Roundel Argent charged with three Bars wavy Azure overall a Lion rampant as in the Arms the whole environed by a Chaplet of Wheat Or and debruising a Cross flory Gold.
  • I had wavy hair to start with and thought making it curly with a perm was the way to go. blog:
  • Rare species such as wavy St. John's-wort, meadow thistle, and whorled caraway can also be seen.
  • The three wavy bends on the shield are the three main rivers in the district.
  • I am sitting cross-legged on the floor with a glue pot in one hand and a wavy green ribbon representing my first love in the other. Times, Sunday Times
  • I have bunches of wavy-to-curly hair - the shorter it is, the curlier it is. HAIR
  • His wavy black hair was parted from the side, and his eyes were hazel green.
  • Visual disturbances: these can precede the headache and common complaints include wavy lines, blind spots and flashing lights. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was six feet tall with a lean build and wavy blonde hair.
  • Slim, only five-feet-eight in height, with wavy brown hair, brushy eyebrows, and smooth-shaven face, he impressed one observer as a "delicate looking young man."
  • His collars were frilly lace, his hair wavy and long. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Visual disturbances: these can precede the headache and common complaints include wavy lines, blind spots and flashing lights. Times, Sunday Times
  • My hair is wavy now that I rubbed fingertips of brilliantine through it and combed and brushed it.
  • Turkish eighteenth-century yataghans are fine examples of artistic decoration: their wavy blades have near the hilt embossed plates with protruding coral insets.
  • In Java and the Moluccas, giant burrs on the stem give rise to finely figured gnarl wood (also called wavy or curly wood). Chapter 8
  • Devil killer body, a large wavy golden hair shine, slender legs wearing a yellow goose miniskirts, show figure of the perfect.
  • He writes on a white pad of paper, wavy lines and strange signs, mathematical symbols.
  • Their sturdy stems, topped with 4-to 5-inch-wide blooms, rise from rosettes of dark green, wavy-edged leaves.
  • Together with his unkempt mop of wavy brown hair and his scraggly beard, his appearance was most intimidating.
  • They had the kind of streaky brown hair that suggests towheaded toddlers; it was well barbered, thick and wavy. Naked Cruelty
  • I have been saying that oil is in a long term wavy down trend that will take some time to complete. FXstreet.com
  • - Delete with wavy line or abrase by means of abrasive paper. Chapter 4
  • Gone was the slightly long wavy blond hair framing the roughish good looks.
  • If your hair isn't wavy, use a curling wand. The Sun
  • His wavy, coal-black hair is pushed into his face by the blasts of cold wind; his eyes look wary but clearer than she's seen them.
  • She had short, wavy brown hair that fanned out at the ends, and lovely facial features accented by eyebrows that gave her an incredible air of confidence and superiority.
  • He is a rather portly man with wavy, sand coloured hair and a farmer's style shirt.
  • Wavy textures running the length of whitewashed walls create shadows reminiscent of the sea.
  • A wavy mark also was printed on the floor, brushed by some type of clothing.
  • The symbols were a star, a triangle, a circle, a square, and wavy lines.
  • The reflection pattern is parallel and slightly wavy in the lower part, and becomes increasingly varied in the upper part.
  • Her hair was wavy and she was wearing the brightest red lipstick known to man.
  • His brown, wavy hair was frizzed from tossing in his sleep and he was breathing heavily.
  • Ariel Watson, the Warden in charge of Brittany and Jill, was a small Native American woman with thick, luscious, wavy black hair.
  • In the kitchen, he specified stainless steel appliances and clean-lined cherry cabinetry but left the original windows intact, wavy glass and all.
  • He still speaks in a clear, strong voice and has the same head of wavy hair, though.
  • His head, close-shaven at the sides, had wavy lines engraved in the stubble. the mission song
  • There the angels also wear star-shaped amices, and their hair is full and wavy, as at Sandford.
  • The bordures themselves were often dimidiated or even quartered and various lines of partition were used, so that the inside of the bordure might be engrailed or wavy.
  • The wavy bendlet denotes overseas duty and the two divisions of the shield are used to signify World Wars I and II.
  • He has a creative eye and understands the way human hair grows, whether your hair is curly, wavy or straight. Times, Sunday Times
  • To others it is the wavy symbol of the primal waters attached to the cross of matter.
  • Renee's normally cobweb-like cloud of wavy brown hair now fell in a straight, gleaming sheen all the way to her upper back, at last looking more nut-brown than it did mousy.
  • Below a wavy line border, is a basal wreath of S-shaped gadroons, similar to Hermet 1934, Pl.16, 20.
  • It is shown through the present study that the belts have wavy mylonitic foliation, mineral lineation and S-C fabric.
  • Imagine your favourite straighteners with wavy plates to create on-season hair-do's at the flick of a switch...that pretty much sums up these fabulous crimping irons. Voucher Blog
  • The hair was parted with geometrical accuracy as though drawn with compasses, and fell in two symmetrical, wavy lines.
  • It consists of long straps with wavy edges and a sharp point, and grows on damp walls and the side of deep ditches. Times, Sunday Times
  • Would he also ask that his doctor examine him on a wavy examination table? Times, Sunday Times
  • She had red hair that was long and wavy; she had blue eyes and was wearing bell-bottoms and a shirt that said, ‘I am crazy!’
  • She was strikingly good-looking, with long, wavy, fair hair, a cute face and bulbous lips.
  • Just that little difference lets you control it and make a wavy line instead of little dashes. Times, Sunday Times
  • But he has long, wavy hair and a scruffy red goatee that was so long he had to fold it underneath his chinstrap.
  • He looked like he was in his early forties with thin, wavy gray hair and a sorrowful expression.
  • the edge of the leaf is wavy
  • Electron microscopic examination performed from the paraffin-embedded tissue revealed desmosomal structures and thin, elongated, wavy, branching microvilli characteristic of mesothelial cells.
  • There he cut a memorable figure with his red sash, billowing white shirt and stupendous head of crisp wavy hair. The Times Literary Supplement
  • He had his father's dark wavy hair and dark eyes, but was built slender and tall, already outstripping me by at least a foot.
  • The = pileus = is convex, the disk expanded, and the margin incurved and more or less wavy or repand on the extreme edge. Studies of American Fungi. Mushrooms, Edible, Poisonous, etc.
  • He was tall and clean shaven, with chunks of wavy brown hair sweeping back from features that could only be described as hawklike. Firehorse
  • Would he also ask that his doctor examine him on a wavy examination table? Times, Sunday Times
  • I left the wavy white line behind me and hydroplaned on the dust. The Dark Side of Innocence
  • Renee's normally cobweb-like cloud of wavy brown hair now fell in a straight, gleaming sheen all the way to her upper back, at last looking more nut-brown than it did mousy.
  • Instead of seeing my pot belly and peculiar bum, I saw my green eyes, with their unusually large pupils, my thick wavy hair, full lips and ample bust.
  • Her long, wavy, thick, chestnut hair cascaded fluidly down her back.
  • Though it did mean that I did a couple of placemats - I made up 8 or so of these from scrap pairs which I've been using as enders and leaders - I thought I'd practice some of the 72 ways not to stipple or meander from the new Dijanne Cevaal book I got - the placemat on left is actually from the other day and has a leaf type meander, the one on the right has a "paisley" design - wavy lines, with straight lines and dots down the middle. Placemats & stuff
  • Her hair was black, falling in lustrous midnight tresses to her waist, softly wavy.
  • Delicate waves and subtle highlights enhance gentle movement Natural colourant adds richness to long, wavy hair.
  • Each has a spider body with a chapter heading and a series of wavy lines going in and another going out. Times, Sunday Times
  • Take this familiar experience: spell a word wrongly in your word processor and you see a wavy red underline appear under the word.
  • H quercifolia (oakleaf) is easy to identify by its wavy-edged leaves. Times, Sunday Times
  • Others look squashed, wavy, and almost solarized with too-white brightness.
  • She had hair of wavy gold, a white brow, eyes of a colour never seen but in the precious stone called aquamarine, cheeks of rose, a nose straight and finely cut. The Well of Saint Clare
  • Her wavy raven tresses were streaked with white, and looked gray.
  • I don't get what eta is supposed to be other than in very hand wavy terms or exactly what the "social discount rate" is supposed to be in order for that equation to make sense. DeLong, Dasgupta, and Stern, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Buildings were designed by other architects using Ms. Hadid's plan as a guide, and elements such as the wavy roofscape and skybridges preserve the Hadid flair, says Dillon Lin, Ms. Hadid's project architect. Designer Cities:
  • (Jun 9 2008) I forgot the IPA wavy diacritic underneath the *d denoting creakiness (as in MIE ablative ending *-ad̰ above). Archive 2008-06-01
  • So I'm left with autumny or wintery looking tops that are either too warm or too dark for this Indian summer weather, and I just feel bloated and sweaty and my hair is a wavy nightmare no matter how much product I use in it. Transitional Seasons = PeaceBang's Personal Hell
  • In contrast to hair follicles of nonaffected littermates, the follicles of mutants were curved and twisted randomly, thus producing wavy hair.
  • She had wavy blue-black hair, and surprisingly royal blue eyes.
  • There was one girl next to her about the same height as Kelsey with rich wavy mahogany hair, a spray of freckles on her face, and dark, chocolate eyes.
  • He had a mass of rather long wavy brown hair thrown back from a smooth-shaven face and his mouth and chin spoke of determination and strength of will.
  • His black hair was neat and wavy and he was clean-shaven and dressed up.
  • The young man, clad in long drag robes with wavy dark hair answered.
  • This week, our Artisan Beaders' Street Team has a lovely pair of green aventurine wavy ovals, faceted jasper briolettes and sterling findings made into earrings to give away. Archive 2008-11-01
  • The symbols were a star, a triangle, a circle, a square, and wavy lines.
  • Wavy Gravy, romancer of a suburban rock culture where drug use almost never results in mandatory sentencing.
  • I still wasn't happy with that so I embroidered, in 3-strand golden-yellow floss, a counterchanging wavy pattern.
  • Together with his unkempt mop of wavy brown hair and his scraggly beard, his appearance was most intimidating.
  • However, instead of wavy tawny hair, his was straight and golden brown.
  • Paly of six on a bend three mullets (Elton) impaling a fish, and in the dexter chief point an annulet between two bends wavy. Old French Romances
  • Her wavy brown hair was messy, tangled, and pulled into a sloppy ponytail at the nape of her neck.
  • The walls were no longer plain stone, but now had several wavy carvings along the middle.
  • He gave a quick and hesitant smile, and his wavy brown hair covered his dark eyes.
  • Layers upon layers of paperlike sheets are superimposed upon each other, their edges often "cropping out" on sloping surfaces; and since these edges, according to the curvatures of the surfaces, run in wavy lines, the total aspect is very often that of "moire" silk. Over Prairie Trails
  • Beautiful rose up, in wavy curvature, the slope of thy guardian Hills; of the greenest was their sward, embossed with its dark-brown frets of crag, or spotted by some spreading solitary Tree and its shadow. Sartor Resartus, and On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History
  • Among the items I chose was a navy blue cotton jacket lined in cream, with colorful buttons; a sweater knit with green and red in a strawberry design; and a purple fleece snowsuit with yellow stars and wavy piping.
  • There was a similar cageyness in Elena's reaction, first when we remarked on the close resemblance between her tinhlanga and the ones we saw on Julia's and Laurinda's pots, and then when I expressed surprise at her comment that an older Xihlahla woman had put on her timbita exactly the same decorationsets of three wavy horizontal linesthat Elena said she had "thought of" on her own: Audio 85 Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique
  • The chimney-piece was very high, and there was a bad glass — what I may call a wavy glass — above it, which, when I stood up, just showed me my anterior phrenological developments, — and these never look well, in any subject, cut short off at the eyebrow. The Holly-Tree
  • It consists of long straps with wavy edges and a sharp point, and grows on damp walls and the side of deep ditches. Times, Sunday Times
  • I kind of hoped that, as the box grew and plumped out, the line would appear to be less wavy.
  • The boxes were decorated with a wavy gold line.
  • And that video transition that does wavy lines across the screen? Christianity Today
  • This highly intelligent utilitarian breed is distinguished by two coat types, either curly or wavy; an impressive head of considerable breadth and well proportioned mass; a ruggedly built, well-knit body; and a powerful, thickly based tail, carried gallantly or used purposefully as a rudder. Portuguese Water Dog: Obamas' Puppy
  • His craggy face is bright red, his hair wavy and mad-scientist spiky.
  • The man who stood there was quite small, with a heavily tanned face, clipped moustache, dark wavy hair. A SEASON IN HELL
  • The targets were called Ancilia from their form; for they are not made round, nor like proper targets, of a complete circumference, but are cut out into a wavy line, the ends of which are rounded off and turned in at the thickest part towards each other; so that their shape is curvilinear, or, in Greek, ancylon; or the name may come from ancon, the elbow, on which they are carried. The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans
  • Her retro wavy hair and smoky make-up left us shaken and stirred - gorgeous. The Sun
  • There were wall hangings on all four walls, with wavy blue and green patterns racing their way down to the floor.
  • He looked like the goody-goody boy next door, tall and with a slight build, a little tanned, with wavy brown hair and plain brown eyes.
  • Sir Edgar was a fine, handsome man, of about thirty-five years of age, standing some five feet nine or ten inches in his stockings, well made, with dark brown hair that covered his head in short wavy curls. The Cruise of the "Esmeralda"
  • He is a rather portly man with wavy, sand coloured hair and a farmer's style shirt.
  • But if you're lost in the cave, the map of Powell's seems only an abstract black and white design of squiggly curves, wavy topographical lines, and straight directional lines.
  • If the patient is shown graph paper the squares may look distorted and the lines wavy.
  • As Mark turned to see what the commotion was, I leaned close to his dark, wavy hair and breathed in his expensive creme rinse. LEGAL TENDER
  • So tonight we settled in happily expecting to learn about shark repellents made by the Pacific sole -- a long and fascinating subject if you are a Pacific sole, and rather dull if you're aren't -- only to be energized by the professor's discussion of how he had isolated a particular toxin from a gorgonian those pretty, wavy soft corals that you see in various marine pictures. Mornings. Grumble
  • Beasts, vipers and monsters descend upon a mildmannered-looking man, likely a self-portrait, while a giant, sinuous snake, limned by several wavy lines of paint, hovers overhead.
  • Her wavy brown hair was messy, tangled, and pulled into a sloppy ponytail at the nape of her neck.
  • What follows is a rich, wavy drone of multi-tracked tones, which echo into the distance until the crackle of a fire takes centre stage, with soft bells flickering in the background.
  • The _leaf-blade_ is convolute when young, ovate or ovate-lanceolate, variable from 1/4 to 2 inches long and 1/10 to 1/6 inch wide, acuminate, flat or somewhat wavy, glabrous on both the surfaces, rigidly pungent, densely crowded and distichously imbricate in the lower part of the stem, base is amplexicaul, and the margin is distantly serrate and rigidly ciliate. A Handbook of Some South Indian Grasses
  • At the top of them, two wavy pink ribbons hung down to the sides of her eyes.
  • Naturally wavy, her hair framed a gamine face and huge grey eyes. FALLEN WOMEN
  • Then he asked me to look at a grid and asked me if the lines on it were straight or wavy. The Sun
  • She styled the remaining hair into four-strand braids and then unbraided the ends to create wavy strands.
  • The shell has wavy walls, smooth to the touch and in multiple colours like broken glass.
  • Even seabirds that dive into the jungle of wavy fronds must now look for food elsewhere.
  • If your hair isn't wavy, use a curling wand. The Sun
  • The _leaf-blade_ is broadly lanceolate, cordate at base, amplexicaul, acuminate or acute, with scattered long hairs both above and below, and some of the hairs of the under surface are tubercle-based, convolute when young; margin of the leaf is wavy, minutely serrate, and ciliated with distant hairs towards the lower half of the leaf when young; the midrib is prominent below. A Handbook of Some South Indian Grasses
  • Mark is described as white, six-feet one inch tall, of a slim build, with short wavy red hair.
  • Her long wavy hair was tied back with a bow.
  • A green, gray, or red metamorphic rock, similar to slate but often having a wavy surface and a distinctive micaceous luster.
  • There were songs and dance and poi twirling, demonstrations of how clubs used to be used for cracking and slicing skulls, for ripping off ears, how wavy feathers attached to the handles distracted the enemy.
  • Before anyone knew what was what, the device, which was set on cutter, had gone off, making three wavy holes through the edge of the column where the controls had been.
  • On the mantelpiece his wife, Nancy, smiled from her photo, her wavy brown hair tousled, and her freckled nose slightly pink with sunburn. Excerpt: Major Pettigrew's Last Stand by Helen Simonson
  • Again the wavy lines, again the smoky mirror, again Rebecca stares into the polished obsidian, unseeing, uncomprehending. THE CHEEK PERFORATION DANCE
  • Black leather boots stepped out, followed by the top of a military hat which hid obvious strands of dark wavy hair.
  • She had short, wavy brown hair.
  • The margin is often wavy or repand, and in irregular forms it is only produced at one side, or more at one side than at the other, or the cap is irregularly lobed. Studies of American Fungi. Mushrooms, Edible, Poisonous, etc.
  • His collars were frilly lace, his hair wavy and long. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Devil killer body, a large wavy golden hair shine, slender legs wearing a yellow goose miniskirts, show figure of the perfect.
  • The girl on the left had straight hair, unlike the other girl's, which was wavy.
  • The rakish wavy hair, facial scruff rock them, the well-groomed should not. Second Skin
  • The Malay weapons consist of the celebrated kris, with its flame-shaped wavy blade; the sword, regarded, however, more as an ornament; the parang, which is both knife and weapon; the steel-headed spear, which cost us so many lives in the Perak war; matchlocks, blunderbusses, and lelahs, long heavy brass guns used for the defense of the stockades behind which the Malays usually fight. The Golden Chersonese and the way thither
  • She styled the remaining hair into four-strand braids and then unbraided the ends to create wavy strands.
  • Printing speed is between 500 and 3000 lines per minute but the lines printed are usually wavy. Computers Basic Facts
  • But the wavy-coated breed we officially call the cocker spaniel came later. msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines
  • It consists of long straps with wavy edges and a sharp point, and grows on damp walls and the side of deep ditches. Times, Sunday Times
  • They are portrayed by themselves as having wavy swept-back hair, heavy moustaches on the men, and wearing a metal torc or neck-ring.
  • Then he asked me to look at a grid and asked me if the lines on it were straight or wavy. The Sun
  • His wavy hair, parted high and sleeked back, was turning silver, following the lead of his tongue.
  • The Malay weapons consist of the celebrated kris, with its flame-shaped wavy blade; the sword, regarded, however, more as an ornament; the parang, which is both knife and weapon; the steel-headed spear, which cost us so many lives in the Pêrak war; matchlocks, blunderbusses, and lelahs, long heavy brass guns used for the defence of the stockades behind which the Malays usually fight. The Golden Chersonese and the Way Thither
  • He had beautiful wavy brown hair that flopped onto his forehead.
  • This notebook's pages have gone all wavy. Times, Sunday Times
  • Just that little difference lets you control it and make a wavy line instead of little dashes. Times, Sunday Times
  • A tailor-made, double-breasted blue serge suit, close-hauled and demoded; a soft white silk shirt, with non-detachable collar; a plain black silk four-in-hand tie, and a uniform cap, set a little back and to one side on thick, black, glossy, wavy hair, completed his attire. Cappy Ricks Or, the Subjugation of Matt Peasley
  • Her wavy hair was a dark brown that contrasted with her pale skin and brought out her shockingly blue eyes.
  • It was silky, silken, a wonderful silk that veneered and flossed the softly moving, wavy water. CHAPTER XXVIII
  • One nut biscuit which has developed in a slightly different manner is the florentine, which incorporates flaked almonds, candied peel, and dried fruit, and is coated with chocolate, ‘brushed’ to make wavy lines.
  • Please indicate italics by underlining and indicate boldface by drawing a wavy line beneath the affected characters.
  • It was the divine Dietrich, She wore a severe tailleur, a fedora and her blonde hair was wavy.
  • At family gatherings Vik is always immaculately groomed: blazer, brogues, wavy hair-sprayed coiffure.
  • Gourmet joints would rather treat foodies to a fresh flush of exotic scents, swivelling sounds, wavy hues and crispy accents.
  • The work is done purely by hand, and through a series of 10 whetstones, (large lumps of grindstone) the blade is filed down, sharpened, and finished with an elaborate wavy pattern.
  • The curly, wavy fur made of the skins of young lambs from Astrakhan.
  • Printing speed is between 500 and 3000 lines per minute but the lines printed are usually wavy. Computers Basic Facts
  • Those pinkish ones with the patterns and the wavy lines and the serration, or whatever you call it. A THIEF OF TIME
  • Mika walked over to her clothes that were wet and now dry in her bag and took out a comb and brushed her hair into mid length wavy locks.
  • Some of the other most common lines of partition are engrailed, invected, wavy, nebuly, indented, dancetty, embattled, raguly, dovetailed, and potenty.
  • The wavy line represents euchromatin of chromosome 2.
  • Devil killer body, a large wavy golden hair shine, slender legs wearing a yellow goose miniskirts, show figure of the perfect.
  • -- Stem about 8 in. wide and long; globose, bearing fourteen to sixteen ridges, the edges of which are wavy or undulated, the prominent points crowned with tufts of thin, flexuous, yellow spines, the longest 1½ in., and hooked, the shorter ¾ in., and straight. Cactus Culture for Amateurs Being Descriptions of the Various Cactuses Grown in This Country, With Full and Practical Instructions for Their Successful Cultivation
  • Straight hairs are round in cross section, while wavy hairs are alternately oval and round; very curly and kinky hairs are shaped like twisted ribbons.
  • The reflection of himself was somewhat distorted by the inevitable wavy bumps of the even surface.
  • We rafted together and began tossing out contradictory observations: It was still wavy; it seemed safe enough to paddle; it looked too risky to continue.
  • It has a cap that collapses into a funnel with wavy edges - the form in which it is most familiar. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is a line drawing made out of aluminum wire that looks like a wavy net floating in mid-air.
  • Devil killer body, a large wavy golden hair shine, slender legs wearing a yellow goose miniskirts, show figure of the perfect.
  • Above the hearth was a grand portrait of a tall lordly gentleman with dark wavy hair and gentle clear eyes standing besides a young woman with a sweet, pale complexion and sensitive gray eyes.
  • Take this familiar experience: spell a word wrongly in Microsoft Word and you see a wavy red underline appear under the word.
  • She let her thick, wavy, ginger hair down and it fell nicely on her shoulders.
  • Originally only consisting of three seats, the new Green T House is 50,000 square feet of slightly wavy lines and designer hot water steeping designer tea leaves.
  • You then have to judge when your risotto is perfectly cooked, thick and creamy - the Italians actually describe the texture as 'wavy' - with a little bite in the centre of the grain. Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph
  • The diversity of slip planes leads to rather irregular wavy slip bands in deformed crystals, as the dislocations can readily move from one type of plane to another by cross slip, provided they share a common slip direction.
  • The earlier type of flamelike pattern, seen in most of the large-scale caves at Yungang, is rendered either as palmettes or as wavy lines in relief.
  • The bus stopped outside of a white house and a short girl with a roundish stomach, wavy brown hair, and light brown eyes got on.
  • And that video transition that does wavy lines across the screen? Christianity Today
  • Her counterseal bore the wavy bars of her second husband upon a shield within a beautifully designed quatrefoil, and the vacant spaces above and beneath it Avere filled with a lion from her father's shield, Archaeologia, or, Miscellaneous tracts relating to antiquity [microform]

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