Examples of deformation in a Sentence
the catastrophic deformation of the steel girders under the enormous weight of the bridge
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This is when the application of electricity creates a deformation in the crystal material.
Barcelona star Lionel Messi has donated the over £64,000 the charity Doctors Without Borders, after he was awarded the figure by a court from a newspaper deformation case.
The only differences involved are the fonts used and some hand-tweaking of a few parameters that adjust for the deformations and background noise in the different systems.
In August Chile’s constitutional court upheld a law allowing terminations in the case of rape or fetal deformation, or if the mother’s life is endangered.
Meanwhile, tiltmeter data, which measures deformation in the volcano’s shape, suggest the mountain is inflating with magma.
Ancient Peruvians,’ or artificial deformations of later peoples inspired by those Ancient Peruvians’ natural forms.
This can appear as small cracks on the sides or in the treads of the tires, light discoloration, or carcass deformation, which means the tire is becoming misshaped.
One reviewer, the University of New Mexico’s Karl Karlstrom, pointed out that examples of soft-sediment deformation can be found all over the place, so Snelling didn’t need to collect rock from a national park.
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