bar-shaped


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Adj.1.bar-shaped - shaped like a rigid strip of metal or woodbar-shaped - shaped like a rigid strip of metal or wood
formed - having or given a form or shape
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The square main building (56 mx 56 m) with courtyard (28 mx 28 m) and the bar-shaped outbuilding (70 m) are connected to each other via a connecting bridge on the 1st floor.
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.
As far as we know, the SteelSeries eye-tracking peripheral will be based on Tobii's EyeX, a long, slim, bar-shaped device that Tobii is scheduled to release in March.
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.
Lowering the height of the three rectangular, bar-shaped structures and reducing the number of dwelling units would make them uneconomical, he said.
Palm said it will start sales of the Pixi, a candy bar-shaped multimedia handset with a full keyboard, ahead of the holiday shopping season.
Developed by Paul Alivisatos, Nanosys cofounder and professor of Chemistry and Materials Science and the Larry and Diane Bock Professor of Nanotechnology at the University of California, Berkeley, the use of these bar-shaped semiconducting nano-sized inorganic crystals enable the production of flexible and much more inexpensive solar cells that have the same efficiency as traditional systems.
Style-wise the new offering's front and rear is similar to the Turbo with huge air vents, bar-shaped light units and sports exhaust system with a pair of chrome-plated twin tailpipes.
They were all the same kind of owls - barred owls, or "hoot" owls, named for their bar-shaped markings.