curvation

curvation

(kɜːˈveɪʃən)
n
the action of curving or bending
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| John Coatsworth, born in Newcastle, who, more than 12 years ago, developed his own 'curvation' technique, giving a bendy look to town and cityscapes.
Determination of the experimental optimun plot size by maximum modified curvation, interclass correlation coefficient and visual analysis methods in eucalypt clonal test.
Additionally, the curvation of '*' curve is the biggest, i.e.
But he left to paint professionally and in 1996 stumbled on a bendy style of depicting North East landmarks which he calls "curvation".
Coordinates of trigonometric points were calculated regardless to Earth curvation, as mentioned above, heading angles were calculated from straight lines with the "x" axis, being marked as plane azimuths or bearings from south counted network (Sudwinkel).
Owens celebrates full-figured women with her other business venture: her Curvation line of intimates and apparel.--Carolyn M.
VF Intimates, through its newly formed subsidiary VF-Diltex, plans to market its Vassarette, Bestform and Curvation brands in Wal-Mart in Mexico in time for back-to-school season, as well as the Vanity Fair and Lily of France brands in department stores later next year.
The next Sunday he soared into song in the midst of the silence, a joyful and eerie curvation of vowels that astounded the congregation with its beauty.
His early work, such as Elswick shipyard scenes, a Dutch interior, portraits and formal landscapes, is hugely different from the "curvation" style he developed which has made him so well-known (and been much copied).
Black pantsuit with embroidery detail on side, Dana O (curvation.com).
His own 'curvation' style will only make you smile when you see how he has transformed traditional views and scenes into something different all together.