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Square

A unit of area equivalent to 100 square feet. It has historically been used to measure real estate in Australia.
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The squarish, tapering and ovoid arch forms were determined by using the formula of arch width and depth suggested by Noroozi (Wc/Wm)x(Dc/Dm).
Her face is bloated and squarish, and her skin droops in big folds that doctors plan to pare away as her circulation improves and her nerves grow, animating her new muscles.
For Aoecho boomersAo and AomillennialsAo born from 1980 to 1990, beautiful is counter-intuitively clumsy, affectedly unsleek, modular and angular, as in Wi-Fi consoles, iPhones and the large, squarish heads of the Jonas Brothers.
It's squarish, it costs $60; its lustrous matte-black cover displays a spotlit pas de deux pair (Yuan Yuan Tan and Damian Smith) reaching upward from the title ("san francisco ballet at seventy-five"), which is printed in toney lower case.
Was to watch her take off her large, black, Squarish, thatched, and
Gone are the squarish windows, sharp beltline creases and pronounced fender seams giving the truck a more uniform styling.
Indeed, the three towers have less in common visually than 7 World Trade Center and the design for the Freedom Tower, which both were designed by SOM architect David Childs and share similar looking glass facades, clean and simple lines, and the presence of massive squarish sheathed pedestals upon which they both rise.
With squarish grips that don't shift in the hand, a spring-loaded slide to soak up some of the recoil and a low bore-axis to reduce the gun's leverage to twist in the hand, a powerful small auto simply kicks less than a powerful small revolver.
Small in size and squarish in shape, the book sports a black cover (under the dust jacket) and, inside, the text is illustrated throughout with drawings of the story's characters by Australian artist Cherry Hood.
It was called Main Street pool--a gnarly, kind of squarish pool with four feet of vert.
Athanasius is ubiquitous in Byzantine portraits of Church Fathers: white-haired, balding, squarish beard.
No pictures, it looks squarish and boring--and hard to open.