- n. a city in northeastern Texas (suburb of Dallas)
“Bricks made this way were called plano-convex because five faces were flat and the sixth convex; each bore the imprint of a thumb on the convex face, formed as the brick was ejected from the mould.”
“Although over-the-counter sales of nonprescription "plano" cosmetic lenses have been illegal in the United States since 2005, decorative contacts are still widely available without prescription in retail stores and on the Internet.”
“I’ll attach a computerized drawing of the house so you can see what I’m talking about, since we have both roofs that are "dos aguas" and others that are "plano".”
“Corpus oblongum, subtus disco plano se promovens: Body oblong, underneath in the front (?) a flat disk.”
“Oh, lets see, I have plano stowaways, around 20 rapala lures, an ugly stik (new, a carp broke my last one), and bullet weight sinkers.”
“Dicho de una sustancia o de una disolución: Que hace girar a la izquierda el plano de la luz polarizada cuando se mira hacia la fuente.”
“Por fim, foi criado um plano de fidelidade para beneficiar os mais assíduos e um site (saboreie aqui) para divulgar a marca Pipoca do Valdir.”
“Ira si dice:: Viernes de OH MY ODD!!! con pura mamadota que de plano está de locurita.”
“However, you will find while shopping for your contacts online that there are some designs that are plano (prescription – free) and others that are prescription based lenses.”
“Terreno plano, en forma de rectángulo irregular, con inclinación al fondo (lado poniente) colindando con el río Tirio.”
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