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torus

torus molding
torus
A bold projecting molding, convex in shape, generally forming the lowest member of a base over the plinth.
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For example, in one Brentwood neighborhood the company paid about $1 million for a house, tore it down, and is building a cottage-style home that will sell for more than $2 million.
Obviously, the ACL is more serious, but the MCL he tore was a big one, not a two-week injury, more like a month.
Angela Eckmier tore the anterior cruciate ligament in her right knee last season.
That's why the Cal State Northridge defensive back was devastated when he tore the meniscus in his left knee more than a year ago during a recreational basketball game.