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Indented

A gap left by the omission of stone, brick, or block units in a course of masonry, used for bonding future masonry.
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The indented label panel style protects labels from scuffing during shipping and at retail, and the generous neck widths allow consumers to use large scoops.
Once you have applied your base (foundation), take a concealer a few shades lighter than your foundation colour and draw a line down your indented area.
Start with any configuration, no matter how complex and intricately indented, or crinkly.
stainless-steel mug is dishwasher safe and has an indented base that easily fits into standard cup holders.
It was traditional for women in the twenties and thirties to wear shoes with indented heels that didn't allow them to perform any steps requiring heel clicks, and in general the shoes were not as good an overall musical instrument, as Feldman observed.
There's a piece called Soft Landings (all works 1995), a pile of towels made of synthetic resin and rubber indented in the center as though something had dropped there from above.
Provides a clear view into a hierarchy of features by displaying features in a "nested and indented layout" which reflects parent/child relationships between features.
Delivery Schedule: 50 Percent Indented Qty March 2015 And 50 Percent Indented Qty May 2015
The spokesman expressed concern over misquoting of the facts and clarified that all the provinces were getting indented supplies and there was no shortfall in supply being given to any stakeholder.
Alpha Packaging's stock packaging options now include a new line of indented polyethylene terephthalate (PET) rounds.
Alpha Packaging has added a new line of three indented large polyethylene tcrephthalate (PET) rounds to its stock packaging for the nutritional industry.
There was an indented, right-sided mass, which appeared to be fluid-filled and was likely reactive (figure 3).