The simplest form of navigation in Brazil was the woodskin, a piece of bark stripped from a tree and crimped at the ends.
crimped edge, to allow steam to escape.
When unworn the teeth are spatulate and crimped or serrated round the edge, closely resembling those of the existing Central American lizard, Iguana - hence the name Iguanodon (Gr.
sibircum of the Siberian Pleistocene, in which the premolars were reduced to while front-teeth were probably wanting, and the cheek teeth developed tall crowns, without roots, but with cement in the valleys, and the enamel of the central parts curiously crimped.
crimped connection to the standard required with reasonable priced tools.
crimped slightly at the toe.
crimped around the toe and heel.
In early or mid-winter it bears fragrant, yellow, dark red or orange flowers, with crimped petals, on the bare branches.
The wire is first crimped (only using pointed pliers and bending the tabs over ).
Rather than opt for a traditional set of black lashes, seek out a weird or twisted pair in either a crimped, green or spotted style.
In the 1970s, he discovered that space suits, due to the electric heating and cooling lines that run through them, would become crimped when astronauts tried to walk in them.
With an elegant crimped fabric, a criss-cross front and a delicate black buckle, this entire look is softly feminine; perfect for prom night!
M. Alcea, Moreni and mauritanica are worth growing in a full collection, and so is the annual M. crispa, 3 to 6 feet high-an erect pyramidal bush of broad leaves, with a crimped margin, pretty in groups or borders.
Numbness in the hands or hands falling asleep is not a symptom of bad circulation, but rather crimped or impaired nerves.
Hair could be crimped or worn straight and pulled tightly to one side in a ponytail.
Consider adding hair accessories to your cut to add drama and style.Clip on hair extensions, braids and crimped locks can instantly morph an ordinary cut into a punk look.
After a tin can is filled, the edges of the lid get crimped over the can's body to form an air-tight seal.
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