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crease

1. Cricket any three lines near each wicket marking positions for the bowler or batsman
2. Ice hockey the small rectangular area in front of each goal cage
3. Lacrosse the circular area surrounding the goal
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The girth of the neck had increased, and the first crease and fold of a double chin were becoming plainly discernible.
He saw open pasture country, intersected with wooded canons, descending to the south and west from his feet, crease on crease and roll on roll, from lower level to lower level, to the floor of Petaluma Valley, flat as a billiard-table, a cardboard affair, all patches and squares of geometrical regularity where the fat freeholds were farmed.
Crushing it to her, she cried and laughed all at one and the same time, and hot tears of joy, mingled with the tears of Tibo, trickled down the crease between her naked breasts.
One iron was heating on a small gas stove; the other was being pushed vigorously back and forth to make the desirable crease that would be seen later on extending in straight lines from Mr.
And indeed, no sooner had he uttered these words, when all at once, like the sun going behind a cloud, her face lost all its friendliness, and Levin detected the familiar change in her expression that denoted the working of thought; a crease showed on her smooth brow.
Although muffled up in divers coats and handkerchiefs--one of which, passed over his crown, and tied in a convenient crease of his double chin, secured his three-cornered hat and bob-wig from blowing off his head--there was no disguising his plump and comfortable figure; neither did certain dirty finger-marks upon his face give it any other than an odd and comical expression, through which its natural good humour shone with undiminished lustre.
lfold a sheet of paper horizontally in the middle lwith the folded crease at the top, fold the top corners into the centre of the page, making diagonal creases lfold up the bottom edge - the top layer only - to cover the edge of your diagonal creases lturn the paper over and fold the two bottom outside edges part way to the centre of the paper lcheck if it fits your little one's head, and adjust to fit lfold the bottom edge and put it on their head You can both decorate it however you want - flowers, a pirate skull - let your imagination run wild.
This research implements silhouettes, creases, and slope lines to render surfaces in the style of landscape illustrations.
ISSUE: Were simian creases the key to proving a prenatal injury?
One key has been the evolution of written instructions that compress hundreds of creases into a single diagram.
We want to thank you for bringing up the creases on the uniform.
I am looking for fabrics which won't crease easily or hich the creases will drop out as I don't want to take an iron.