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1) foreshortened, internode not developed on proximal flagellomeres and barely so beyond fifth flagellomere; necks shorter than wide; circumfila with short loops not attaining next distal circumfilum; setulae sparse.
During his foreshortened tour, Harry enjoyed a level of anonymity he has never experienced as a member of the Royal Family.
Dancer Sprawled in tights On floorboards in a tiny Square of time drafted between Rehearsals near the end Of the war, the page After page he browses so Distracting from start To finish, the spine Of his book broken His shoulders exhausted Foreshortened by the score He has all morning bent His body to, the music's dark Harmonies without Remorse forcing his world in To step with its own, as No longer lithe, he removes Himself, gives in, pas A pas, to oblivion Reading himself beyond Men yet to return and others He loves who never shall The precise squares Of time he borrows So necessary So seldom spared.
Sprawled in tights On floorboards in the tiny Square of time drafted between Rehearsals near the end Of the war, page after page He browses something Distracting from the beginning Through, the spine Of the book broken His shoulder exhausted Foreshortened by the score He has all morning bent His body to, dark harmonies Forcing the world in To step with his own Without remorse He removes himself Gives in, pas A pas, to oblivion Reading himself beyond Men yet to return And others who never will The precise squares Of time he is Loaned so necessary So seldom spared.
The sail is broadest where, foreshortened, it reaches the edge of the picture, threatening to spill out of the frame and tumble across the gallery floor.
The stage has been narrowed and foreshortened by an angled wall, with a door for entrances and exits.
Harris excoriates the religious worldview's foreshortened use of fact and evidence, and produces a historical, misleading summaries of the most basic features of Muslim belief, geopolitical conflict, and religious thinking generally.
Taut, lyrical, rife with a sense of the catalyzing tension of every act of being alive, Dillon's sinewy, sensual (literally so, engaging all the senses) prose grapples equally with the "risk in repetition, in a foreshortened history of desire," the landscapes of the Sierras, Big Sur, and Mexico, and the feel of eating moldy cheese in a rundown urban apartment.
A patient whose vagina is foreshortened will also benefit from this abdominal route, as will one with a very hypertrophied vagina or one who needs additional abdominal surgery.
What Hockney and Falco consider so telling about this masterpiece is the curious distortion of a foreshortened, octagonal pattern in the front-center portion of the rug.
And, in a stunning application of the science of perspective, the saving angel is radically foreshortened, rushing out of the background above and behind Isaac to prevent the final stroke.