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Wavy

Refers to forms that are arranged into curls or undulations, or any graphic representation of curved shapes, outlines or patterns that resembles such a wave.
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This research has been front and center since the Hurricane Sandy disaster, when the wavy jet stream steered the storm on its sharp left turn and smack into the Jersey Shore.
Available in Straight, Wavy, Curly, and Relaxed Straight textures.
A right product is key to managing wavy hair, she asserted.
Curved Wavy Platters fit together perfectly, ensuring no space goes unused, eliminating dead space, say company officials.
al [10] studied natural convection of fluid with variable viscosity from a heated vertical wavy surface.
The screenings will be followed by a moderated online discussion with Wavy Gravy and the documentary's director, Michelle Esrick.
With: Wavy Gravy, Jahanara Romhey, Steven Ben Israel, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Odetta, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Denise Kaufman, Evan Engber, Calico, Dr.
The ex-Posh Spice, 36, ditched her bed-head bob for wavy WAG-style extensions as she stepped off the plane for a sunny break at her 19th Century villa near Bargemon in the south of France.
He had short, wavy brown and dark ginger hair and a long, thin, straight nose.
Wavy wall flows occur under a wide variety of engineering applications and have received considerable attention in different numerical and experimental investigation [1, 2, and 4].
14) In particular, in an observation that would later prompt this paper, I noticed a strong resemblance between the distinctive paraphs of the Wavy Top (b) parapher--who, I suggest, is Scribe 2--and those of Egerton 1993, despite differences in the text hands.