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wedge

 
1. a piece of material thick at one end and tapering to a thin edge at the other end.
2. to force something into a space of limited size; see also wedge pressure.

wedge

(wej),
A solid body having the shape of an acute-angled triangular prism.
[A.S. weeg]

wedge

(wej)
A solid body having the shape of an acute-angled triangular prism.
[A.S. weeg]
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1 Referring to Diagram I and aligning match points, sew together 3 assorted red/aqua/white print As to make wedge unit.
In a large bowl, combine the cabbage wedges with the onion and apples, then drizzle with the olive oil and toss gently to coat.
Measure for precise placement and applique the circle to the center of the Dresden plate, covering the raw edges of the wedges. My preferred method is to applique with matching thread by machine using a straight stitch set at 2.0 mm.
Notice picture one, the wedge is in a natural crack, and is avoiding the limb extending out of the left of the chunk.
The SMD of -0.03 based on these studies represented an effect size of only -0.12 between lateral wedges and neutral wedges on the WOMAC pain subscale (JAMA 2013;310:722-30).
The high street is adorned with fantastic wedges in bright hues, statement prints and neutral tones.
The latest vehicle of Promethean thrust and stratospheric price to adopt this form is the 2011 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, the flagship for a brand that first put a wedge in a motor show in 1967.