- n. Plural form of indentation.
“The memorial consists of six metal bars set close together in a line, separating a stone slab with six indentations from a short walkway.”
“She ran her finger over them, and realised the indentations were her own initials, A.T.”
“See these kind of indentations, these sort of cracks?”
“BECK: No. I asked you whether, in your opinion, based on what you just testified to, the only kind of indentations that should even be considered as a candidate to count as a vote would be an indentation that is actually made by the stylus against the card?”
“Team member Meunier of ORNL compared the process to placing eggs in an egg carton, where the free energy minima, or "indentations," in the copper surface allow the molecules to neatly stack next to each other to form a compact and organized polymer structure.”
“Apply a thin layer to the indent under the rear tang, in the trigger guard-floor plate indentations (if you are bedding these areas), and to the inlet for the front receiver ring.”
“And somewhere in the conversion from Google Docs to Word all the enters were magically transformed into shift+enters, which makes indentations and other formatting thingies disappear.”
““And what about indentations” i said “Is she going to ban those?””
“I ate my lunch in the staff room and made the usual mess on the table or sang jaunty ditties in the staff kitchen and had my excuses ready should amber discover my new fondness for indentations I even asked ambers newest assistant — the korean girls twin sister — if she had a list of words we shouldnt use”
“The stays had made vertical indentations around my rib cage and the zipper had left a welt over my spine...the costume had dug in and rubbed my skin raw.”
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