cusped


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Adj.1.cusped - having cusps or points
angulate, angular - having angles or an angular shape
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The swede-field in which she and her companion were set hacking was a stretch of a hundred odd acres, in one patch, on the highest ground of the farm, rising above stony lanchets or lynchets--the outcrop of siliceous veins in the chalk formation, composed of myriads of loose white flints in bulbous, cusped, and phallic shapes.
The grabhagriha is preceded by three cusped archways with a trefoil.
Admixed impression technique, shallow cusped teeth with reduced occlusal table and bilaterally balanced articulation were incorporated to improve the stability and preserve the remaining structures.
At his best, they appear cusped.span xml:lang="EN-GBHowever, both his hands have always been strong and rough ndash toiling away on the farm for years digging up the soil, picking coffee and carrying wheelbarrows of farm inputs and produce.
The pavilion is constructed of burnt bricks and contains deep cusped arched openings.
They are usually dark brown-bronze in color with a lighter underbelly and a distinctive light band on the flanks. They have narrow teeth that are cusped on the upper jaw.
The Sinodont dental complex found in East Asia and the Americas represents a suite of specialized traits (e.g., shoveling, enamel extensions, deflecting wrinkle, 3-rooted lower molars, 4+ cusped lower molars, and missing-peg-reduced UM3).
But it reached at its climax with the musical nature of the arch known as cusped arch during the period of Shah Jehan {12}.
After the works, Menal-Ferrer and Porti ([5]) obtained a formula of the volume of a cusped hyperbolic 3-manifold M using 'Higher-dimensional Reidemeister torsion invariants', which are associated with representations [[rho].sub.n] : [[pi].sub.i](M) [right arrow] SL(n, C) corresponding to the holonomy representation [Hol.sub.M] : [[pi].sub.1](M) [right arrow] PSL(2; C) (see Section 3 for the detail).
The whales evolved with respect to their teeth from pig-like teeth to cusped teeth.
Framed by a Mughal cusped arch, a model of the holy shrine is set in an arid landscape with a white elephant lying next to it and birds circling above.