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cham·fer

(sham'fer),
A marginal finish on an extracoronal cavity preparation of a tooth describes a curve from an axial wall to the cavosurface.
[fr. O.Fr. chanfrein(t), beveled edge]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

cham·fer

(shamfĕr)
A marginal finish on an extracoronal cavity preparation of a tooth describes a curve from an axial wall to the cavosurface.
[fr. O.Fr. chanfrein(t), beveled edge]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

cham·fer

(shamfĕr)
Marginal finish on an extracoronal cavity preparation of a tooth that describes a curve from an axial wall to the cavosurface.
[fr. O.Fr. chanfrein(t), beveled edge]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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The concrete frame is expressed as a cornice, and the brick walls are chamfered at most of the corners to let light into the galleries and allow the nature of the structure to be clearly seen: cylindrical concrete columns provide a slightly gawky order which greets you as you come into the building at the upper level.
Her school manoeuvres itself to connect to the chamfered mass of the town and panoramic prospects of the countryside.
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