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Undulating

Forms that have a wave-like character or depict sinuous motion with a wavy outline or appearance.
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And on Thursday August 8 there is an undulating ride to the Green Inn at Llangedwyn, and this will be about 50 miles long, returning to Shrewsbury after lunch.
On Thursday, there is an undulating ride to Oswestry, about 45 miles long, returning to Shrewsbury after lunch.
Last year, DA adopted tree farming as an agricultural activity and promoted the planting of fruit-bearing trees like cacao and coffee in undulating and sloping areas of the country to address serious environmental problems affecting agriculture and fisheries.
'The benefits from the planting of trees, especially fruit-bearing trees, in the undulating and sloping agricultural areas may not be felt immediately but this is something which must be done today for the benefit of the next generation,' Pinol added.
The fairways are undulating, with various hazards to punish the errant, and the greens are too.
The capability of the numerical simulation method for evaluating effects of different factors including undulating angles, infilled ratio, and normal stress levels on shear properties of infilled joints will be studied and discussed.
From the figure, it can be seen that the waviness can be classified into stepped, undulating, and planar; and the unevenness can be classified into rough, smooth, and slickensided.
The stunning Visitor Center at the VanDusen Botanical Garden in the heart of Vancouver, British Columbia, is an undulating landscape of interior and exterior spaces rising from ground to roof level and providing a vast surface area on which vegetation could grow.
Next, the team varied the paddle shapes and asked Henry to distinguish between the wakes of triangular, cylindrical, flat and undulating paddles.
however, as for as the study of undulating mechanism and engineering technology, little work has been put on existing bionic undulating propellers, which leads to the distance on motion and propelling ability between expected and actual bionic propellers , and bionic of fish (Maciver et al., 2004; LIU & HU, 2006; XIE et al., 2006)
Andrew Kudless discusses <em>P_Wall</em>, a 45-foot-long wall installation of undulating, bulbous forms.
: to move in or as if in a wavy or flowing way <The curtains were streamers, undulating from the breeze .