wavelike


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Adj.1.wavelike - uneven by virtue of having wrinkles or waves
uneven - not even or uniform as e.g. in shape or texture; "an uneven color"; "uneven ground"; "uneven margins"; "wood with an uneven grain"
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Southward they were piled in great snowy masses, so that he was half disposed to think them mountains; northward and eastward they were in wavelike levels, and blindingly sunlit.
A: Kung Fu Toai has the same dynamic wavelike movements and techniques, combinations and reactions and requires agility just as other contact sports.
HQ'S 459 - the name is taken from the initials of each partner and a number that's special to all of them - aims to play in the space between casual and fine dining, serving familiar recipes that are varied just enough to appeal to jaded palates in a vibrant ambience that echoes the ocean (Some 21,000 cardboard tubes undulate, wavelike, across the ceiling and a wall-to-wall TV screen channels the deep, setting it apart from other outlets here).
A new variation on the vessel Alvar Aalto designed for the 1939 World's Fair, the mouth-blown glass Aalto Paris vase from littala features wavelike curves that encourage a more organic presentation of flowers.
Nardini also identifies other characteristics of neo-Gregorian chant, among them the ornamentation of important notes in a mode, wavelike melodic contours between 'notes of modal attraction', and recitation on 'E' and 'b' (p.
Installed in Pepper House, a venue that originally served as storage for that once-precious commodity, his Untitled, 2016, is a monumental scroll, hung in wavelike swags and marked by rhythmic, calligraphic ink strokes that could evoke almost any script or alphabet.
It moves in a wavelike manner through which it travels.
A wavelike effect occurs across the cerebral cortex--neurons are affected and the trigeminal nerve branches and the vascular structures that it supplies are activated.
Caption: The wavelike mounds of sediment, called stromatolites (marked by dashed lines), inside this cross section of a 3.
The responsible upper-air wavelike wind patterns circling the globe, which initiate and steer storms, normally travel eastward between the equator and the North Pole, but in the studied period they stalled in place for a number of days at the same time a storm system was over the Balkan region.
On Saturday, the city continued to experience heat wavelike conditions, with high humidity of up to 70 per cent causing great discomfort.
The vibe is Zen, with soothing ocean-blue walls in undulating wavelike patterns and a post-float lounge to enjoy herbal tea.