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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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Flatter them enough upon their absence of vanity, and you can do what you like with them.
Year after year they flatter to deceive and that's about the only flattering thing you can say about them.
It's a three-dimensional thing," said Sarah Flatter, a fulltime professor of graphic design at St.
Q] What are your suggestions for creating pants that flatter larger thighs?
Everyone else did a really good job as well though; the second goal didn't flatter us and if we'd gone and got a third and a fourth I don't think that would have flattered us either.
Posing, Composition, and Cropping: Master Techniques for Digital Portrait Photographers teaches how to design better portraits that flatter subjects and focuses on the techniques of posing, composition and cropping to impart these basics.
Klinigimize kalp yetersizligi bulgulari ile basvuran uc aylik kiz bebege yapilan incelemeler sonucunda; hamak mitral kapak, sol atriyal genisleme, onemli mitral kapak yetersizligi ve atriyal flatter tanilari koyuldu.
The key to the collection is Sprinkle's signature wrap, which allows you to indulge in a fitted-bodice look while letting the bias-cut skirt flatter your hips.
A series of lasers with more power and a flatter power distribution from SPI Lasers includes plastics marking among its potential applications.
3 : to show as favorably as possible <This picture flatters me.
STRIPES We love how these diagonal stripes flatter curves