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out·line form

the shape of the area of the tooth surface included within the cavosurface margins of the cavity preparation of a dental restoration.

out·line form

(owtlīn fōrm)
Shape of tooth surface area included within cavosurface margins of cavity preparation of a dental restoration.
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Upon choosing any of these layouts, Microsoft Excel formats the Pivot Tables according to Compact Form, Outline Form and tabular Form.
These approaches will help you stay on track: (1) Break down your class into an outline form, then add one or two audiovisual resources for each or most class components; this will give you a balanced approach.
The reference for students of English as a second language presents the essentials of English grammar in outline form, and provides many examples of each aspect of English structure.
A few weeks before the war in the European theater of operations ended in 1945, Inouye figured in a firefight that, even in outline form, reads like the script of an action movie.
After an introductory chapter, which more or less serves to present in outline form the rest of the book, he turns to an "ethical lens for looking at excellence." Borrowing from the work of the ethicist Alasdair MacIntyre and its application to journalism by Sandra Borden, Craig describes a "virtue ethics" that provides a groundwork for journalism.
Even in a book like this, which tends to deal with subjects in outline form and bold-faced aphorisms, they manage to bring in a number of concise case studies from companies like 3M Co., Pfizer Corp.
the outline form of a cartoon coloring book, and not filled in.
You can assist the Committee's efforts by suggesting issues for the IRS to consider and questions for discussion by the California agencies by e-mailing the appropriate outline form at www.calcpa.org/2011TaxTopicForm_IRS to Sheri Woodward, sheri.woodward@calcpa.org or by faxing the form to (916) 441-5354.
Editor-in-chief Wiesel (Georgetown University Medical School) points out in his preface that the purpose of this reference is to present the step-by-step, how-to-do-it information that surgeons need; the "why" and the "when" are covered in outline form, but the assumption is that these vital considerations and decisions have already been made.
Greatly influenced by British illustrator John Flaxman, Moritz Retzsch worked in outline form, and his etchings were generally known as Retzsch's Outlines.
I initially heard this story in its fundamental outline form when I was in fourth grade.
As has been done in the past, the report is in outline form, with key topics highlighted to facilitate locating specific statutory references.