- n. Plural form of roller.
“With N rods inhibited, the force required to push the track past the rollers is given in the diagram above.”
“The message constantly pounded into the heads of the less bright holy rollers is that God rewards the virtuous with wealth and power.”
“She's blown air-kisses to the crowd, waved at women in rollers who have come running, screaming, from beauty parlors, and stood quietly looking out over the landscape.”
“Delicate silk was processed on porcelain rollers to create fine, uneven pleats, one of his many innovations.”
“And then setting their hair in rollers or braiding it or putting pretty ribbons in their hair.”
“What curious things I've seen along the way: Faye Dunaway in rollers waiting for cash at a poky ATM; Catherine Zeta-Jones exchanging what looks to be insurance information with a Volvo driver come afoul of her supertanker SUV; Maria Shriver stepping smartly out of mass while her husband trots behind her.”
“Outside the ocean stretched unbroken to the horizon, almost under foot it broke in rollers over the rocks after a storm, or swished in and out of deep gulleys on quiet days.”
“Channel rollers from the boat in which he had Nejmi and his man Marco.”
“On this beach there was not even a ripple, because of the deep calm which prevailed but on the ring or coral-reef, which completely encircled the island, those great "rollers" -- which appear never to go down even in calm -- fell from time to time with a long, solemn roar, and left an outer ring of milk-white foam.”
“Working under lights, with the hair spray and the rollers is the worst thing you can do for your hair, so I always decided to wear wigs from the beginning.”
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