Wrinkled


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Wrinkled

Describing a publication printed on improperly folded or otherwise bungled paper. Wrinkled paper can be expensive to replace and can be detrimental to a marketing campaign.
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The Chinaman had not taken the time to sight the ancient weapon carefully, but a gleeful smile lit his wrinkled, yellow face as he saw the splash of the ball where it struck the water almost at the side of the prahu.
Gathergold was dead and buried; and the oddest part of the matter was, that his wealth, which was the body and spirit of his existence, had disappeared before his death, leaving nothing of him but a living skeleton, covered over with a wrinkled, yellow skin.
Furthermore, since silicones are tough to rework, stripping the wrinkled coating becomes a challenge due to use and disposal of stripping chemistries.
Severely wrinkled patients may need additional treatments, but more importantly, I think if you address the dyschromia in addition to the wrinkles, you may have greater patient satisfaction," she suggested.
The theory is that while we were evolving, the primitive human beings whose fingers wrinkled in water were better at foraging for food in damp conditions.
Scientists have an answer to the pressing question of why hands and feet get wrinkled after too much time in the bath: Pruniness may have evolved to make it easier to grip wet objects.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Wrinkled fingers seem to be an advantage in wet environments.