|NOUN || an upward curve | upward curves |
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- His fingernails grew in a peculiar upward curve, a fact that influenced his playing style and tone.
- The producers were happy to have started well, survived the ratings lull in the middle, and ended with an upward curve in the last two weeks.
- But the club was now on a definite upward curve, its youth side lifting the Welsh Youth Cup and MacWhirter League title in 1997, and the senior side gaining promotion to the First Division in 1998.
- During his service as attorney general, Anaya oversaw an investigation of the upward curve in the level of drugs in the Penitentiary of New Mexico after 1972.
- Dogs who have tails tend to have an upward curve in the tail, which is called the sickle tail.
- With one hand on the outside and one on the inside, the potter's hands would press together and form the upward curve of the hydria.
- The CFL ends the 20th century on a continued upward curve.
- It is easily separated from the squirrels in the field by the shape and color of the tail and the upward curve in which it is held when walking about.
- The total area of the aquifer forms roughly the shape of a slight upward curve and approximately measures 160 miles east to west at its furthermost boundaries and 80 miles north to south at its widest section.
- At this point, the building's adaptive reuse potential is either an upward curve or a downward curve which can determine whether the potential is high, medium or low.
- In the pitched roof is a slight upward curve.
- The tail is long and carried low, with an upward curve at the end.
- ” He felt it put the business on an upward curve.
- Compared to other dicynodonts, "Sintocephalus" is distinguished by the thickness and upward curve of its temporal arch behind the eyes.
- They have skinny and compressed heads and the bottom jaw is elongated with an upward curve, known as a duckbill-shape.
- with diverging rays, a laurel branch spans the width of the obverse from right to left passing under the sickle's handle in an upward curve, along the lower and right circumference, a ribbon bearing the relief inscription "VETERAN OF LABOUR" (...).
- no upward curve at the eaves, and purely decorative logs called "chigi" (vertical) and "katsuogi" (horizontal) protruding from the roof's ridge.
- ... 4 kN in conventional pianos), bridge agraffes may also help preserve the crucial upward curve, or "crown," in the soundboard.
- They have a slight upward curve, so that the bubble naturally rests in the center, the highest point.
- At the end of the in-run is the "kicker", an upward curve to permit the jumping necessary for the relevant sports.
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