Chances are you always thought a fully mature buck was almost always on the right side of the bell-shaped
Now that we know the bell-shaped
curve isn't always the right way to think about a particular problem, process, or operation, we can begin to design around it, and maybe take advantage of it," Granick said.
If the bell-shaped
curve held true, the bulk of coffee would fall into the average, or mediocre category, with a very small percentage of "bad ccoffee" at the bottom of scale.
Moorish touches include rounded arches, bell-shaped
pinnacles, and intricately carved columns.
Completed in 1738, it was one of the great masterpieces of Baroque church architecture, its bell-shaped
stone dome dominating Dresden's skyline.
has resurrected the clever bell-shaped
beurrier used in 16th-century France to prevent butter from spoiling while keeping it creamy and aromatically delicious.
And more than 15,000 people took to the streets to see the return of the bell-shaped
dome to the city skyline, 60 years after Allied bombs destroyed it.
The Belgian scientist Adolphe Quetelet had shown that the chest sizes of Scottish soldiers followed a statistical bell-shaped
also commercialized its first corrugator-formed part in 1989--a small ribbed, bell-shaped
dust cover for shock absorbers, made on a Cullum corrugator.
leaves are the backdrop for these flowers.
A film (shown on DVD) documenting the 1971 performance Bodyshells introduced the playfulness that ran through Bucher's subsequent explorations of the boundaries between the individual body and its surroundings: Large, bell-shaped
foam sculptures on Venice Beach forced the performers to hop and circle around each other in slow motion.
flowers of red to pink, and occasionally white, appear from now until late-spring.