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- n. Plural form of frustum.
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Reinforces made the gun look like "three frustums of cones joined together, so as the lesser base of the former is always greater than the greatest of the succeeding one."
The second row of hoops is shrunk on forward of the trunnion hoops for a length of 38 inches to strengthen the gun, and the hoop portion forms three conical frustums.
Carved from frustums layered in-house, the tacos al pastor are crisp, riddled with golden knurls of flame-licked fat, and served on fresh, delicate, house-made minitortillas that make the big flavors seem almost dainty.
Also, the volume of the frustums of pyramids and cones; how to find the area of the segment and zone of a sphere.
_frustums_ -- with the bases resting against each other.