complex fold

complex fold

[′käm‚pleks ′fōld]
(geology)
A fold whose axial line is also folded.
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The scientists then linked the fragments together and made the complex fold into its specific, biologically active form.
The modular concept allows for flexible configuration and simple to complex fold patterns to cover most applications, said Tamada.
E52/2412 is interpreted to cover part of a structurally complex fold hinge area and is considered highly prospective for hematite and goethite enrichments of the BIF.
The west of Kuwait, then largely unexplored, was thought to have little prospects as the region lacked complex folds and faulting.
There are increasingly complex folds and patterns on clothing, seen clearly in the work of the painter Makron (5).
More structured dresses, replete with complex folds and tailored waists, hearken to the more formal nuptials the couple also threw in Lebanon last year.
In one image Wiese appears poised to rise from an armchair, topless, her dress having fallen in complex folds into her lap.
to the complex folds of his frown, his mute overweighing