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contoured

(kŏn′toord)
Having an irregular, undulating surface resembling a relief map; said, e.g., of bacterial colonies.
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Fully contoured beadwork is as much of a design characteristic as it is a beading technique.
In the result shown Figure 6 the ground-truth in all the different phase volumes was manually contoured, whereas, in Figure 7, the tumor in the volume corresponding to 40% phase was manually contoured and the contours were propagated to other phases using deformable registration.
With the new clip concept, instead of all of the attachment force to a small area such as the point of a pin or the metal edges of a bulldog clip, it spreads the force over the larger area of the contoured groove in the plastic.
The marketing people's desire to have contoured containers strikingly labelled runs counter to the engineering department's remit to minimise the unit production costs because sleeve labels are simply too expensive for this.
The series features specially contoured ear cups that follow the shape and orientation of the ear for maximized comfort, fit and protection, even when wearing shooting glasses.
Their high shrinkage provides a glove-like fit to highly contoured and odd-shaped bottles.
Both desktops are customizable, allowing educators to choose between a straight or contoured desktop, laminate or metal legs, and fixed- or adjustable-height metal legs.
Figure 1 illustrates the typical design of an air-cooled permanent mold in which the back of the mold shell is contoured to maintain uniform mold thickness around the mold cavity.
The 62GT contour edge trimmer is also offered as a companion machine to the 60GB to trim contoured parts.
Both the Euro and Contour lines are customizable, allowing customers to choose between a straight or contoured desktop and fixed or adjustable leg height.