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1. The outline of a part; the surface configuration.

2. In dentistry, to restore the normal outlines of a broken or otherwise misshapen tooth, or to create the external shape or form of a prosthesis.

Origin: L. Con-(intens.), _ torno, to turn (in a lathe), fr. Tornus, a lathe

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The summary of Identify fertilizer

... in water and some SSP You Suanwei, FCMP and phosphate rock insoluble In the water. 3. Alkaline reaction of: take a little fertilizer with the contour of Health, Shushi Hui mixed together, increase the grinding, can smell the smell An Wei, compared with the nitrogen or nitrogenous fertilizer. ...

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by sunnye
Thu Jul 24, 2008 2:00 am
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: The summary of Identify fertilizer
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interesting cat

... and are not unduly open at the base. They are set far apart and tilted forward. The ears should ride low on the head without distorting the round contour. (It would appear almost like a large "Pom-Pom".) The massive head is connected by a short, thick, "linebacker's" neck to ...

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by Miyis
Sun Jan 28, 2007 6:55 am
Forum: Zoology Discussion
Topic: interesting cat
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What's wrong with my eyes...

it usually happens when one does not acquire proper 8 hour sleep. the region around the eye is called the eye contour... atleast I think so... veenaandnivyah

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by VeenaandNivyah
Mon Mar 27, 2006 12:52 pm
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: What's wrong with my eyes...
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