recontour


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recontour

(riːˈkɒntʊə)
vb (tr)
rare to contour (something) again or in a different way
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Online training addresses universal and gracey curets and sickles as well as how to sharpen the toe and recontour instruments.
Residents can also recontour gingival tissue to finish a case.
"We need to stabilize the site as best we can and recontour it to be more of a natural setting," Zybas said.
The author has discussed the four phases--Strong Fish eating Weak Fish, Big Fish eating Small Fish, Fast Fish eating Slow Fish, Intelligent Fish eating Dumb Fish, and after these four phases of evolution the author anticipates the emergence of a new Fifth Phase of human enterprise that is likely to redefine the criteria of success as well as recontour the routes to success.
It is necessary to recontour the forehead to its premorbid shape.
Removing the jetty jacks allowed the Pueblo to recontour sections of the riverbank, which creates a lower floodplain that helps to reduce channel incision.
In the cosmetics category L'Oreal Volume Perfect lip color is described as the first dual-ended lip color to reshape, recontour and ultimately reinvent lips.
It is usually necessary to recontour (bulldozer or backblade on a tractor) the pocket garden.
The cost of restoration overall averages about $200 per acre; in some places the wetland can return simply by being left alone, while in others considerable work is required to recontour and revegetate the landscape.
Not wanting to grind on the factory grip safety, I've been trying to find an aftermarket part that fits so I can recontour it.
VelaSmooth claims to shrink the fat cells, tighten and smooth skin and recontour trouble spots like love handles and saddlebags.