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shape

(shāp) [AS. sceapan]
1. To mold to a particular form.
2. Outward form; contour.
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Students should place the board under their texture rubbing sheets and cut out all the geometric shapes, which have been transferred to them.
PART 2: DRAWING GEOMETRIC SHAPES Using lightweight 8.
Geometric shapes of construction paper, various sizes and colors, five per student
The resulting patterns depend on the geometric shape of the vibrating object--and on such characteristics as its stiffness and density distribution.
Kac asked whether knowledge of a drum's normal-mode vibrations is sufficient for unambiguously inferring its geometric shape.
Each geometric shape was divided into one-centimeter squares so students could tabulate mock costs of their paper construction.
CAN MAPPING is a unique method of quickly and accurately transmitting a geometric shape to CAN Redundant Operations Centers to delineate a specific geo-coded map area to be called in the event of an emergency.
A molecule's geometric shape is one of its most fundamental properties, but many molecules are difficult to characterize geometrically, especially those held together loosely or having absorbed enough energy to be in a highly excited state.
Summary: Abu Dhabi has been decked with 25,000 flags and 3,000 geometric shapes.
Take advantage of geometric shapes : Geometric shapes on ceramic tiles can add simple, yet fun, accents to any room.
In the study, the subjects on the first day learned an association between specific geometric shapes and an unpleasant electric shock.