doughnut-shaped


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Adj.1.doughnut-shaped - shaped like a ringdoughnut-shaped - shaped like a ring      
rounded - curving and somewhat round in shape rather than jagged; "low rounded hills"; "rounded shoulders"
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There is a 'doughnut-shaped hole' in domestic attempts to meet a UN-set goal of zero hunger and malnutrition by 2030, it warns in a new report.
The lasers allow end users to tune the size and shape of the output beam--choosing from small diameter top-hat beams, to large diameter doughnut-shaped beams based on the needs of their application.
The 44-year-old is the fifth generation of his family to work in the bakery, which now sells various products including focaccia, taralli (the traditional tiny doughnut-shaped crunchy snacks) and Pane di Altamura - labelled to show it is only produced in that region, using local grain.
It goes like this: me standing neck-deep in the middle of a massive, doughnut-shaped heap of clothes I have optimistically pulled out of my wardrobe, confident that, by the end of a mere English hour, it will all be in perfectly smug piles of 'Charity', 'Bin', 'Keep'.
Johnson switched on the "Torus" - a doughnut-shaped apparatus made from miles of wound copper wire hooked up to a machine - an "aperture synthesis controller" - and then a kaleidoscope of coloured shapes formed in the centre of the Torus, and focused into the image of a girl in a short, fuchsia-coloured skirt.
The software, called Terminal Sequencing and Spacing (previously called TSS, now TSAS), will help air traffic controllers manage airspace within a doughnut-shaped region of sky that begins five miles from a major airport and extends outward about 35 miles.
The agency first tested a doughnut-shaped ring designed to inflate and slow down the flying saucer-shaped landing vehicle.
The young star is 4,200 light-years from Earth and appears to be surrounded by a doughnut-shaped cloud of dust, BBC reported.
A doughnut-shaped beam of green light can pull glass beads for tens of centimeters, the longest distance ever reported for a tractor beam of light.
The unified model answers this question by proposing that every black hole is surrounded by a dusty, doughnut-shaped structure called a torus.
The instruments will tease apart the various mechanisms that engage in a perpetual tug-of-war with energetic particles in the charged, doughnut-shaped region.