boat-shaped


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boat-shaped

adj
shaped like a boatoval
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Adj.1.boat-shaped - having a concave shape like a boat
concave - curving inward
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In good seasons, when blubber was plentiful, the light in the boat-shaped lamps would be two feet high--cheerful, oily, and yellow.
Two cheeses come our way, first a well-grilled halloumi rectangle and then a pide "from the Black Sea", which melts nicely over the boat-shaped bread.
Fans of Mr Toad, Ratty, Badger and Mole will love the boat-shaped bed and secret forest mural.
The shuttle buses will travel along Dasyueshan Forest Road, stopping at Boat-shaped Mountain at the 41km mark, Dasyueshan Visitor Center at the 43km mark, Ya-Kou Scenic Lookout at the 48km mark, and Siaosyueshan at the 49km mark, the office said .
At the minaret's pinnacle now stands a regulation crescent, but the original was crowned with a copper boat-shaped finial.
The Boatel is a boat-shaped hotel on the river with a ferry shuttle service to the station and on to the airport.
For fantastic service and authentic Norwegian surroundings, enjoy a wide selection of drinks at Sjoboden, right on the harbour you can enjoy watching the world go by in the harbour or cosy up inside at the boat-shaped bar.
A reception housed in a boat-shaped structure at the quay welcomed guests to Wednesday's official opening.
The crisp, boat-shaped taco shells that form the basis for the American taco originated in the earlier days of the 20th century, when cross-border interchange between Mexico and Texas influenced foodways in both directions.
There are some tantalising Turkish Pide boat-shaped flatbreads on the menu too with bespoke toppings including Taouk, grilled chicken with caramelised onion, cherry tomato and walnuts and Basturma, thinly-sliced cured beef with kasar cheese and rocca.
Explore the hills and dark caves of Torongan and enjoy amazing views of cliffs, coastlines, and stone boat-shaped burial markers.
Other species in the genus which also have boat-shaped puparia include: Aleuropleurocelus coachellensis Drews and Sampson, A.