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deformed

(dĭ-fôrmd′)
adj.
Distorted in form; misshapen.
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He's like a normal, happy, healthy kitten in every respect apart from his deformed legs.
Lorry driver Brian Davies, 53, from Gwynedd, who was left with deformed feet, is one of those seeking compensation, having been refused under a 1970s plan because his arms were not affected.
The characteristic nuclear shapes occuring in the GCM are shown in three shapes which are spherical, axially symmetric prolate deformed (rotational) and axial asymmetry ([gamma] -unstable).
He launched his latest rant in a chat with Disability News Service where he said farmers deal with deformed lambs by "smashing them against a wall".
The probability of navigation disasters is rising in areas with a high deformed ice growth rate (Palosuo 1975; Parn et al.
The burial site in Mexico yielded 25 sets of human remains, 13 of which had deformed craniums and five dental mutilations.
Cotton wool fibers were plastically deformed with a rotating ram at 100[degrees]C using a carbon dioxide laser emitting a 10.
Initially, the artificial materials used in construction presented a problem, as, unlike their natural counterparts, the artificial materials tended to fold as they deformed, reducing Robojelly's performance.
SMOKING while pregnant significantly increases the risk of serious birth defects, including missing and deformed limbs, according to a new report.
SMOKING while pregnant significantly increases the risk of serious birth defects including missing and deformed limbs, according to a new report.
a leading supplier in Taiwan of deformed steel bar, recently cut prices for scrap steel and deformed bar by NT$200 per metric ton, following the downtrend in such prices since the beginning of June.
Titanium crystals of a certain size are deformed in a way that each atom is systematically displaced in proportion to the neighbouring atoms, which results in a macroscopic deformation.