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But the stacked vases are painterly: Two gray ones comically illustrated with a fish and a cat are shadowed and volumetric; the other, a warm yellow, cracks open to breathy black over pink.
Though guarded, there is something erotic and tender about her; her pleated bodice expands, opening her chest like an accordion, as wallpaper flowers become volumetric, lift off and dance.
In the wake of the 2016 attacks, foreseeing that volumetric assaults would likely continue to grow, defenders seriously expanded their available capacity.
That this volumetric inflation has stimulated wine consumption—Dr Marteau’s second hypothesis—is hard to prove.
The high volumetric energy density of liquid tin would allow a relatively small pump to be used at a full-scale power plant.
An expression of Newton's Second Law (which deals with how acceleration is needed to move an object), Darcy's Law shows how a volumetric flow rate works with elevation, fluid pressure, and other metrics.
WEISS One thing that characterizes our work, that differentiates us from a lot of contemporary architecture — which is often abstract and volumetric — is the idea of the journey.
Even volumetric calculations, such as how much potting soil will your new planter require, can be achieved in a blink of an eye.
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