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Warped

Any piece of timber that has been twisted out of shape and permanently distorted during the process of seasoning.
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warped

Said of thin-bedded rock, such as flagging, having a natural curved or a rippled finish similar to warped wood.
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The warpage-direction trend reversed for the third and fourth geometries: Although the cavity side was again hotter, these parts warped toward the core side.
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One or more of the missing child's photographs are "warped" or realigned to bring the features of that image into alignment with those of another.
Once assembled, differences in the expansion characteristics of the laminate and substrate can produce stresses which cause warped panels.
Warped and stretched images of these galaxies, some of which existed over 12 billion years ago, have previously been captured by Hubble, which made use of gravitational lensing to do so.
Meanwhile, the starship itself would stay inside a bubble of flat space-time that wasn't being warped at all.