Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of chevron.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of chevron.

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Examples

  • You showed Private Johnson as having two chevrons which is the rank of a corporal.

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  • Roads in the inner-ring suburbs tend to have more highway dividers and pavement markings such as chevrons to help drivers stay in their lane on curves, said Parry Frank, the lead author of the report.

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  • Roads in the inner-ring suburbs tend to have more highway dividers and pavement markings such as chevrons to help drivers stay in their lane on curves, said Parry Frank, the lead author of the report.

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  • Roads in the inner-ring suburbs tend to have more highway dividers and pavement markings such as chevrons to help drivers stay in their lane on curves, said Parry Frank, the lead author of the report.

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  • April 30th, 2009 WASHINGTON - A new research has refuted the hypothesis that 'chevrons', large U - or V-shaped formations found in some of the world's coastal areas, are evidence of megatsunamis caused by asteroids or comets slamming into the ocean.

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  • April 30th, 2009 WASHINGTON - A new research has refuted the hypothesis that 'chevrons', large U - or V-shaped formations found in some of the world's coastal areas, are evidence of megatsunamis caused by asteroids or comets slamming into the ocean.

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • Contrary to recent hypothesis, 'chevrons' are not evidence of megatsunamis

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  • Contrary to recent hypothesis, 'chevrons' are not evidence of megatsunamis

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • April 30th, 2009 WASHINGTON - A new research has refuted the hypothesis that 'chevrons', large U - or V-shaped formations found in some of the world's coastal areas, are evidence of megatsunamis caused by asteroids or comets slamming into the ocean.

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • Rarely did anyone fall off and even more rarely did someone throw up. although it happened enough that I can still picture the stuff oozing over the raised metal chevrons.

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