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flatter

1. a blacksmith's tool, resembling a flat-faced hammer, that is placed on forged work and struck to smooth the surface of the forging
2. a die with a narrow rectangular orifice for drawing flat sections
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Finding a pair that really fits and flatters can take a while and is very difficult online.
Yenidogan ve sut cocuklugu doneminde gorulen atriyal flatter ritmine siklikla kalp anomalileri eslik etmemektedir (6).
A laser with flatter energy distribution enables greater and more varied materials processing, faster processing, higher production with crisper cleaner marks and for thin film applications in particular, less risk of damage to the substrate.
TINY FLORAL A V-neck flatters your bust while the A-line skims hips.
Operators can use the moisture information to adjust and optimize their Uhle box vacuums, felt showers, press crowns and zone control rolls in order to achieve flatter profiles with new felts.
The structure of pay is different in flatter organizations, too, with pay and long-term incentives more closely reflecting a partnership model.
The ultimate reward for the flatterer was to be buried near the Great One's tomb, and thereby gain the chance to flatter him for eternity.
We have partnered with leading manufacturers from over 130 top brands who have joined us in our effort to provide women with fashions that fit and flatter all body shapes.
Fit: After being measured at both the hip and the bum I discovered I was a "demi-curve" which is aimed at women who find their jeans fit well at the waist and hips but don't flatter the legs.
Stylish knitwear designs for sweaters, tank tops and camisoles that fit and flatter well make for a fine gathering of versatile patterns that have a fine modern finish for women of all sizes, making for a specific knitter's guide that goes beyond the usual 'one size fits all' approach.