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  • noun Plural form of unevenness.


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  • Radvanovsky had her unevennesses -- some charge her with a lack of emotional involvement, though I think part of that apparent coolness is a result of her rhythmic unsteadiness, which keeps her slightly apart from the core of the action -- but her "Vissi d'arte" was outright gorgeous, poignant and silvery.

    Broadcast notes Anne Midgette 2011

  • But New York was windy, and unevennesses in his trailing vortices tugged at the aircraft, tumbling it and hammering him around like a pea in a whistle.

    Neurosurgical Intervention For Beginners 2009

  • Anyone who doesn't allow for pianists to play wrong notes or occasional unevennesses wouldn't have been happy.

    Barenboim at last Jessica 2008

  • His hair was cropped close, and the unevennesses of his cranium, thus laid bare, would have struck a phrenologist by reason of the strange intertexture of contradictory propensities.

    A Hero of Our Time 2003

  • - The solid ceiling or floor must not release any sand or show any kind of greater unevennesses in its surface.

    4. Advice for and Rules with Making Parquet Floors Peter Wehrmann 1993

  • If required, unevennesses can be smoothed again here and there.

    Chapter 7 Peter Wehrmann 1993

  • With the help of roaster plates and ink, unevennesses and faults of shape are made visible on the surface of the workpiece.

    3. Purpose of inking Frank Wenghfer 1990

  • Colouring agent for making visible the unevennesses on worked surfaces

    4. Testing and auxiliary equipment for inking Frank Wenghfer 1990

  • All forms of finishing, fine finishing and precision files are used for removing roughnesses and unevennesses, for rounding and chamfering sharp edges and for deburring.

    2. Tools, Testing Means and Auxiliary Accessories Frank Wenghfer 1990

  • In actual fact this ideal is never quite met; there are always unevennesses, and, as a result, light does not focus in a point but in a short line.

    The Human Brain Asimov, Isaac 1963


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