hourglass-shaped


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Adj.1.hourglass-shaped - shaped in the form of an hourglass
formed - having or given a form or shape
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Pictures released by the agency showed Kim inspecting a silver-coloured, hourglass-shaped warhead in the visit accompanied by nuclear scientists.
Stent migration occurred in one case, in which the original straight stent was replaced with an hourglass-shaped Dumon™ stent, with no subsequent migration.
The ALMA observation of Ser-emb 8 was in stark contrast to the usual hourglass-shaped magnetic field seen around young protostars, a classic sign of a strong magnetic field.
Difficult to process, such as cone-shaped holes or hourglass-shaped hole is also possible, in a typical cutting has contributed to a fine high-precision machining of difficult high hardness materials and brittle materials.
The hourglass-shaped center stack is gone, replaced by a more horizontal theme.
He said he analysed the spider before crushing it, saying it had hourglass-shaped orange marks on its abdomen.
It features an hourglass-shaped fiber brush to give lashes volume without clumps.
The term 'talking drum' is usually given to an hourglass-shaped instrument played with a bent stick.
The model features a new corporate 'spindle' grille, an hourglass-shaped cue that dominates the front of the car and LED running lights mounted at the bottom.
The Wall Street Journal reported the 28-story, 450,000-square-foot structure at 1045 Sixth Avenue will feature concave detailing on its hourglass-shaped, glassy exterior and a large stainless steel disc suspended over the entrance at the corner of 40th Street.
The four typical body figures are pear-shaped, apple-shaped, hourglass-shaped and rectangle-shaped.
The nest, dug by female turtles using their hind flippers, is hourglass-shaped and is about two feet deep.