- adj. having the shape of a dome
“The only special thing you need to make it is a dome-shaped candy mold to give the bombes their shape.”
“The dome-shaped building, designed by Oscar Niemeyer in 1951, once housed the Museu da Aeronáutica and Folklore Museum, and was renovated in part by Paulo Mendes da Rocha.”
“The dome-shaped building, designed by Oscar Niemeyer in 1951, once housed the Museu da Aeronáutica and the Museu do Folclore, and was renovated in part by Paulo Mendes da Rocha.”
“Helped by a tech, she was positioning a dome-shaped neuroscanner at the head end of the bed when La Forge, Sela, and Guinan came in.”
“The eight-story, $44 million complex would have more than a million square feet of space, sixteen high-speed elevators, a cafeteria to serve 1,400 at a time, a labyrinth of pneumatic tubes and conveyor trays to whisk secret documents from office to office, and a freestanding, dome-shaped auditorium to seat five hundred.”
“When it was being planned in the 1950s, a brochure said it would "take its place among the wonders of the world," with "a majestic dome-shaped roof of gleaming metal which can be opened to the stars.”
“Light, collapsible and durable, the dome-shaped tents insulated their occupants against fierce winds and winters and could be carried along on pack animals.”
“These may look like small cauliflowers or like flesh-colored dome-shaped bumps.”
“LONDON - In his crisp black uniform punctuated by the dome-shaped helmet of London bobbies, there are few clues to what separates Peter Whitney from other constables at Scotland Yard.”
“The battle preparation involved the two hundred plus crew donning animal skins with part of the head intact and red noses in honour of Galactic Red Nose Day and gathering in the dome-shaped silver battle preparation room.”
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