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Now drop that sharp-edged and wedgelike shape in the middle of a bunch of bleary-eyed, early Monday morning commuters, switch the drive mode to Sport to transform the sound of the exhaust to a menacing snarl that would have sent even Enzo Ferrari running for the hills, and you have a surefire recipe for road bedlam.
The four-element polarizing facet is similar to the SEM analysis in that it presents four wedgelike regions of conflict.
Walk-behind planters generally have a wheel in front that drives a seed-metering mechanism that delivers a single seed at precise spacing, an often-hollow wedgelike structure called the shoe opens the soil and helps convey the seed to the soil, a closing device pulls the soil back over the seed--chains, discs, etc.