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  • n. Plural form of gyroid.

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Examples

  • The Emerald-patched Cattleheart's scales contain millions of microscopic structures known as gyroids, which reflect certain colors of light in much the same way as an oil slick or a rainbow.

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  • Sales Pitch: This looks exactly like the gyroids that have become so popular on planet Hocotate.

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  • But a layer of gyroids around the fiber-optic cable "would act like a perfect insulation to that fiber," Prum says.

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  • "We're still trying to wrap our brains around gyroids and what they are," Prum says.

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  • Right now, it's expensive and impractical to manufacture gyroids small enough to do that job.

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  • The Emerald-patched Cattleheart, found along the Amazon, is one of many butterflies that get their coloring from gyroids, rather than pigments.

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  • In other words, storing gyroids with Brewster is a convenient way to create a comprehensive list of all Gyroids you have collected.

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  • I wouldn't mind seeing what other gyroids are out there, so you want to store yours in here with mine? '

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  • The item can be anything from a piece of furniture buried by a resident to gyroids and fossils.

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  • He will allow you to store your gyroids in a special area.

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