- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of camber.
“So when he cambers down, he overshoots the card by a foot.”
“At 4:00 I look up canyon and follow the contours lacking in any curves or cambers.”
“This wobbly intermediate was soon having a ball on the long, tree-lined reds above San Cassiano, although the longish piste 12, proved a darker shade of red, and could challenge less-confident skiers with its tricky cambers.”
“Subjects include surveying yacht condition, reading line and construction drawings, half-hull modeling, developing deck cambers, plank fastening, laying decks, interior joinery, rig construction, installing electrical and mechanical systems, and yacht finishing.”
“The best cambers for varying velocities, angles of incidence, and thicknesses of surface, are found by means of wind-tunnel research.”
“The best cambers for varying velocities, angles of incidence, and thickness of surface, are found by means of wind-tunnel research.”
“That calls for surface ribs of varying cambers, and results in an expensive and lengthy job for the builder.”
“The consultants, who were paid $30,000 for the project, estimated 600 tonnes of asphalt would be needed to complete the works, which include smoothing dips and cambers on the airstrip.”
“A few awkward, adverse cambers cause cars to go light at certain points on the track, so they slide around quite a bit, and some Alpine kerbs promote a fair bit of wheel-waving.”
“This road to the cafe is a demanding tarmac snarl with corrugations, off-cambers and plentiful tight, blind bends.”
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These come from gamma meditation ,I think.
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