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Cut the remaining bread into Mars Bar-shaped pieces that are long enough reach from the bottom to the top edge of the basin.
They saw "a very faint stellar nucleus in a bar-shaped core running east-west through the halo.
It is far from a simple disk structure, being composed of two spiral arms, a bar-shaped feature that runs through its centre, and a central bulge of stars.
If closely observed, one can see that the Nokia X's rectangular bar-shaped body has a striking resemblance to the recently unveiled Lumia Icon sans the Nokia embellishment, probably suggesting the device might be a test model.
17 ( ANI ): Astronomers from the University of Portsmouth have discovered that bar-shaped features in spiral galaxies accelerate the galaxy aging process.
In mice, a bar-shaped rare earth magnet could attract injected stem cells to the tail (see photo).
The bar-shaped laboratory buildings are 18 m deep, which meant that 100% natural light into the laboratory spaces was achievable.
The three-point flexure test utilizes bar-shaped specimens (25 mm length, 2 mm width, and 2 mm thickness) and specimens are centrally loaded using a knife-edge indenter with a support span of 20 mm at the crosshead speed of 0.
It is quite common that smoked, boiled and liver sausages, also curd, diet curd, curd for children, sour-cream, ice-cream mass and similar consistence products are being packed into round bar-shaped packs produced from the sleeve filled-in with the product.
Also known as Arp 77 and Bennett 10, the galaxy displays an elongated and diffused barred spiral, extending from the north-west to the south-east, with a bright bar-shaped nucleus that works up to a stellar point.
The two arms seem to extend from opposite ends of the galaxy's central, bar-shaped cluster of stars, each winding around the galaxy, the researchers report in the June 10 Astrophysical Journal Letters.