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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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1d) yellow to yellowish-brown in coloration, almost smooth, squarish in shape with spiracular tubercles prominent.
In deference to the wishes of the rest of us - political correspondents, who knew what the impact would be in the capital of a state then ruled by the Shiv Sena-BJP alliance - he did water it down to a small squarish 8 multiplied 6 size item.
In the first squarish room, large screens act as walls.
Perhaps less showbiz but nonetheless just as important, eatthechef is helping North West baker Warburtons launch its Sandwich Revolution with their new Squarish Wraps and Thins - hip baseball caps a personal option, of course.
Of course, there's a Victoria bag, too - a polished, squarish shape.
The simplicity of the idea is what deems the work so successful, and it would have perhaps been even better if it hadn't been so aggressively shaped, and if a subtler base had been used in place of the squarish granite block.
He had that dappled, liver chestnut neck and big, squarish head.
It also rides well, be it over concrete road joints, squarish bumps or unexpected troughs, especially at slower speeds.
The truck's profile has taken a decided turn toward the "squarish"--particularly in the front end and in the cargo box.
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.