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crinkled

On a porcelain enamel surface, a textural effect having the appearance of fine wrinkles or ridges.
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Pepper crinkled his cheeks as though they had been cut in wood.
Eventually I noticed that just before Penny complained, her nose crinkled up.
The timber-frame buildings clad with crinkled, shimmering stainless steel reflect the greenery of the site completed at the end of 2008.
OUR FIRST GRANDCHILD Oh my God, what a surprise, Ginger hair and sparkling blue eyes, Wrinkled face and a crinkled nose, His dad's big feet and long, long toes, Hands that grip just like a vice, The baby smell that is so nice, Out you came weighing seven pound, Me and granny's feet can't touch the ground, To meet you at last so safe and well, It makes our hearts with love just swell, Your name is Luca and we are so proud, We'll shout it to the world so very loud, We touch your face and shed a tear, A river of joy now that you are here, The lovely package we think you are tops, So I wrote this poem your loving grandpops.
The places on which the sample was strongly crinkled are visible on the presentation as the raised parts.
These problems are overcome by crinkling it in a controlled manner before spraying insulation foam on the back of the crinkled surface.
Sabrina crinkled patent tote in smoke and vanilla by Jill Stuart, $450, www.
PowerFlex[R] T[degrees] Hi Viz Yellow[TM] 80-400 gloves feature a yellow thermal terry loop out acrylic liner for high visibility, with a blue crinkled natural latex-coated palm for flexibility and added wet and dry grip.
Or been dissatisfied with an uneven, crinkled edge?
By creasing the pattern in the right combination of mountains and valleys at the lines within each spidron arm and leaving a small hole at the center of each hexagon to allow movement, he crinkled the whole array into a dramatic three-dimensional relief.
His eyebrows get crinkled and instant skepticism sets in.