festooning


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fes·toon·ing

(fes-tūn'ing),
Undulating, like the pattern of dermal papillae beneath a subepidermal blister.

fes·toon·ing

(fes-tūn'ing)
Undulating, like the pattern of dermal papillae beneath a subepidermal blister.

fes·toon·ing

(fes-tūn'ing)
Undulating.
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Many of the ads now festooning liberal blogs, mostly placed via the fast-growing Blogads.com, seek to convince readers that their candidates' races have national significance.
It is December 1980, a week before Christmas, Westport, Connecticut, a blanket of snow on the ground, wood smoke from fireplaces redolent in the air, tree lights festooning the houses, a pervasive Yuletide lilt, but we are laboring in the subterranean space beneath Paul's converted barn, an area that had once been a stable for farm horses.
While a small number of firms were essential--none more so than those which could get a bomber factory built in ninety days--most architects suffered a fate similar to their peers who followed the Seabees into the Pacific Theater: watching engineers build airfields while they were put to work festooning the officers' quarters with palm fronds.
Project engineer David Radford said he thought about festooning systems in the early stages of his developing a ship-to-shore conveyor for the U.S.
Festooning our yards with yellow ribbons, we followed news reports of their flight to U.S.