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Shape

Implies a three-dimensional definition that indicates outline and bulk of the outlined area.

shape

1. Any of a number of metal bars or beams of uniform section, as an I-beam.
2. To cut a profile or detail, as a beaded or rounded edge on a board.
3. To work a material to a required pattern, as on a shaper.
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When all rubbings are complete, ask students to select specific textures for specific shapes in their drawn geometric shape T design.
Each individual canvas isolates a geometric shape or a grid fragment, or shows a confluence of a few lines and rectangles, arcs, triangles, chevrons, diamonds, or rays--an assortment akin to the hard-edged shapes inventoried on Kandinsky's late paintings, but here rendered singly, one per canvas, and then grouped with three brethren.
The resin/wood fiber composite structural members can be manufactured in an extrusion process or an injection molding process as a linear extrudate or pellet that can have a cross-section of any arbitrary shape, or can be a regular geometric shape and have a volume of at least about 12 [mm.
So those early Christian cults honored, in a simple physical gesture, the geometric shape on which Christ gave his life for US.
In addition, Harvard University's Song Zhang will present a geometry video acquisition system that measures absolute motions of both geometric shape and positions of deformable objects in real time to generate geometry videos and to find potential applications in various fields.
The bowl is cast to a perfect geometric shape which nobody else has been able to achieve,' he said.
If one imagines twelve rows of lines in pyramid (triangular) form the total number of lines required to make the geometric shape is 78 (i.
We play a game called "I Spy," where you have to tell the class where you see a geometric shape in the painting.
Which geometric shape features on the flag of Japan?
In it, a single-helix strand of synthesized DNA is folded into a loose geometric shape and held in place with a few short strands of DNA.
This network view includes a node represented by a geometric shape for each gene and protein, and links to indicate relationships.
Ziegler develops these concerns on the basis of a single building block, a six-sided shieldlike module used sometimes as a flat, colored, geometric shape parallel to the picture plane but more often deployed in perspectival recession.