With an aluminum body, CREE LED and crenulated
bezel, this light can deter a would-be attacker with its light or when used as a strike weapon.
She had a great feeling for form, for folds and angles, cloth and clouds, often sharpening the edges of her drapery until it looked like crenulated
The only recovered third premolar is well preserved having a thin cingulum and a crenulated
enamel layer (Fig.
Mentum and mandibles dark brown to black, outer margin of mandibles crenulated
One Christmas, a group of urban explorers known as the Night Climbers clambered to the top of King's College and popped a Santa hat on its crenulated
spires, and in the Eighties, a three-wheel Reliant Regal was suspended from the Venetian lookalike Bridge of Sighs.
The tip of the head is "crenulated
"--if you haven't checked your Ye Olde Englishe dictionary recently, that means it's shaped like the top of a castle tower, so that when you hit people in the head with it, the glass cover won't break and you'll probably draw blood.
costal margin of the tegmina distinguish our specimen from allied genera from the region (such as Sathrophyllia Stal, 1874 and Tegra Walker, 1870) (de Jong 1939, 1960, Bresseel and Vermeersch 2017).
The flashlights feature a crenulated
head and are constructed from anodized aerospace aluminum.
3C, D), although damaged in places, is the most informative specimen and has a distinctive rod-like crenulated
Personal flashlights, for example, can run the gamut of quality but generally it is fairly easy to find a cheap, aluminum-bodied LED flashlight with a crenulated
bezel --something you can use not only to light something up but also to use in self-defense.
Dalaman is a cultural hotspot located on the Turquoise Coast, with attractive beaches and hidden coves, and near to traveller attractions such as Butterfly Valley and the crenulated
walls of 16th-century Marmaris Castle.
In her article, "Relational Sense: Toward a Haptic Aesthetics," (11) art critic Jennifer Fisher describes the haptic sense as comprising all of the tactile, kinesthetic and proprioceptive senses, in that it "enables the perception of weight, pressure, balance, temperature, vibration and presence...the haptic defines the affective charge - the felt dimensionality - of a spatial context." (12) Haptic sensory experience described the ways I was working: I was thinking with my body, my bare feet on cracked linoleum, rubbing my fingers through the cutlery drawer, feeling the edges of the framed paintings, stretching to reach the top of the crenulated
curtained windows, stroking the bath robes abandoned in the closets, using my "texture eyes", rather than seeking images.