semi-spherical love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Having the figure of a half-sphere; hemispherical.

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Examples

  • This along with simple use of semi-spherical domes ensured that the latest “nest” for Nestlé, turned out as an absolute masterpiece. – via

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  • The children's reading space at Tenley is also one of the least appealing among the newly built libraries, a windowless room distinguished only by some jazzy, semi-spherical lighted ceiling coffers.

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  • This container was hexagonal, for some unfathomable reason, and making it fit into a semi-spherical cargo bay next to cubic ore pellets was no small task.

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  • A cheaper option is Muji's ice-ball maker, which consists of two conjoining silicone semi-spherical halves, with a hole at the top for pouring in water $12, muji.us .

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  • I took the case from the toilet tank but the liquid within each semi-spherical shell splashed like water in a wave pool and sent one of the contacts flipping and sailing through the air and into the murky depths of the toilet bowl below.

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  • They are generally cast iron and have small, semi-spherical indentations to hold batter and give the cakes their unique, round shape.

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  • An exceptionally low tide revealed several hitherto cautiously preserved secrets of the reef, among them the location of a species of sponge, dark brown, some semi-spherical, some turreted in fantastic fashion.

    My Tropic Isle

  • Spinning its glowing line, the egg headed back toward the semi-spherical docking bay that was the far end of the Base, and actually towed the Enterprise behind it—inch by inch at the start; then with more speed, a slow glide.

    THE WOUNDED SKY

  • Spinning its glowing line, the egg headed back toward the semi-spherical docking bay that was the far end of the Base, and actually towed the Enterprise behind it—inch by inch at the start; then with more speed, a slow glide.

    THE WOUNDED SKY

  • Spinning its glowing line, the egg headed back toward the semi-spherical docking bay that was the far end of the Base, and actually towed the Enterprise behind it—inch by inch at the start; then with more speed, a slow glide.

    THE WOUNDED SKY

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