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For a wilder and more youthful sensibility, try a leather (or faux) jacket paired with a cut-out asymmetrical dress from a contemporary brand like Versus Versace or Alexander Wang.
The portable sensors would be dropped in an asymmetrical grid pattern, spread perhaps 100 yards apart or roughly 200 sensors per mile of border area.
The 1990s was the first decade without one of these wars, and for the past 35 years there has been no inter-state conflict, although there were asymmetrical conflicts between Israel, Hamas, and Hezbollah.
These move by expelling gas bubbles from one end of an asymmetrical tube.
Based on traditional Chinese landscape paintings, the plan shows two curvaceous, asymmetrical towers that jut up into the sky like the surrounding hills and mountains.
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Origin and Etymology of asymmetrical
Greek asymmetria lack of proportion, from asymmetros ill-proportioned, from a- + symmetros symmetrical
First Known Use: 1690See Words from the same year
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