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  • noun Plural form of spheroid.

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Examples

  • The survivors only have two choices -- turn upon one another in a frenzy that threatens them just as surely as the massive spheroids trapped in a web of flimsy supports just over their heads, or use the outer wall as a guide to find the exit.

    Jilly Gagnon: New Movies From Mattel

  • Up until then I had only had the evil whole green leafy spheroids that were steamed to complete limp and awful imperfection.

    a bit more on colleen-i-fying ... and a recipe

  • Up until then I had only had the evil whole green leafy spheroids that were steamed to complete limp and awful imperfection.

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  • The survivors only have two choices -- turn upon one another in a frenzy that threatens them just as surely as the massive spheroids trapped in a web of flimsy supports just over their heads, or use the outer wall as a guide to find the exit.

    Jilly Gagnon: New Movies From Mattel

  • Up until then I had only had the evil whole green leafy spheroids that were steamed to complete limp and awful imperfection.

    colleenifying the world

  • Perhaps it is solved this way: perfect tribologically "weathered" spheroids will end up with minimal area of contact.

    Small Asteroids, Bread Flour, and a Dutch Physicist's 150-year Old Theory | Universe Today

  • Which means that I, who am unable to accurately judge the trajectory of spheroids hurtling through the air, am the normal one, and all of you good ball players are freakish mutants.

    Announcing the Hayden Trenholm interview

  • Generally square in format, and of moderate size, the images consist of fields of slightly squashed dots, like pumpkins or oblate spheroids, to use the geographical term that may suggest Larry Poons 'paintings of the 1960s.

    ArtScene: Current Top Exhibitions in the Western United States

  • Generally square in format, and of moderate size, the images consist of fields of slightly squashed dots, like pumpkins or oblate spheroids, to use the geographical term that may suggest Larry Poons 'paintings of the 1960s.

    ArtScene: Current Top Exhibitions in the Western United States

  • The "P.F." stands for company founder Paul Fleming, and the kitchen features ingredients that wouldn't be found in Chinese restaurants, like chocolate, cheese and melon balls (try picking up fruity spheroids with chopsticks).

    Try the Beef and Broccoli

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