In this section, we discuss bell-shaped
wave solutions under g = 0 and g [not equal to] 0, respectively.
The geometry of the segment of the narrow artery with mild bell-shaped
stenosis is mathematicaly defined as follows:
An example of this bell-shaped
curve and deer antlers occurred a number of years ago under the direction of wildlife biologist Dr.
"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.
Adesso's Genie tall table lamp has a bell-shaped
glass body and satin steel base.
Corsets constrict women's torsos, and long dresses over bell-shaped
farthingales or bum rolls and petticoats hide and inhibit the legs.
He's trying to train vines to cover the rooftop fence so the red, bell-shaped
flowers will attract hummingbirds.
The Frauenkirche was a famously beautiful baroque church built between 1726 and 1743, with a bell-shaped
dome that rivalled those of St Peter's in Rome and the Duomo in Florence.
One pattern that repeats itself over and over in our universe is the bell-shaped
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.
Tremain, Inc., Marina del Rey, Calif., has resurrected the clever bell-shaped
beurrier used in 16th-century France to prevent butter from spoiling while keeping it creamy and aromatically delicious.