- n. Plural form of contour.
“You don't need to do this to label contours, this function only extracts the 2d polylines from the surface to Say: use in a surface definition, or for hatching etc.”
“I performed a Contour-multiple command and it labels the contours with”
“Beyond rose hills -- hill upon hill lit patchily by the sun, so that their contours were a mingling of brilliant purple heather, red-brown bracken, and indigo shadow.”
“You can just label the contours created by the surface using the Surfaces >”
“However, when I go to label the contours of the newly generated contours, I essentially get zero across all contours.”
“Then, a genius lothier built me this two and a half pound guitar which is not only beautiful to look at but it kind of contours to my body.”
“So it's clear that it has probability of success, that it's got the right kind of contours to achieve the mission objectives, and that there's a clear end point and a clear exit strategy for the mission.”
“Later in the paper, there is also a fantastic diagram explaining the "contours" notion that you find in other papers, in which the dynamic programming algorithm effectively explores the space of all possible edit scripts which have the same edit distance.”
“Farmers and ranchers, on the other hand, are more than happy to show off another kind of contours - the ones on their farmland.”
“Her work also shows how diverse the graphic response of mapping can be, her final designs having broken free from traditional mapping tools such as contours and grid lines.”
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