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Synonyms for crease

Synonyms for crease

a line or an arrangement made by the doubling of one part over another

an indentation or seam on the skin, especially on the face

to bend together or make a crease in so that one part lies over another

to make irregular folds in, especially by pressing or twisting

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an angular or rounded shape made by folding

a Malayan dagger with a wavy blade

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make wrinkled or creased

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scrape gently

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become wrinkled or crumpled or creased

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But, as Creaser claims, "verse form is embodied meaning, not just an envelope" (1).
Mr Creaser said: "They were regular customers and would probably come in every other day.
I should like to omit this, unless it has already been accepted in the statements of both Mr Murray and Mr Creaser.
That may change in the future if Creaser expands her research and receives additional funding.
Another example of asking visually impaired people directly what they need and do is a survey undertaken by the Library and Information Statistics Unit (LISU) at Loughborough University in the UK with support from Share the Vision (Davies, Wisdom, & Creaser, 2001).
Duplicate analysis of this material was done because of the problematic nature of dating coarse molybdenite grains due to internal decoupling of Re and Os (Selby & Creaser 2004).
Corns, "Milton before 'Lycidas'"; John Creaser, "Prosody and Liberty in Milton and Marvel"; Martin Dzelzainis, "'In These Western Parts of the Empire': Milton and Roman Law"; Joad Raymond, "The King is a Thing"; Christopher Orchard, "'in time of Warre.
A similar pattern was found among popular texts on anti-bias curriculum and cultural diversity (for example, Creaser & Dau, 1996; Mallory & New, 1994; Stonehouse, 1991).
That is to say that Autumn has been euhemerized out of autumn tasks, a procedure marked, as in the examples cited above from Thomson, Gray, and Dickens, by a disregard for the traditional iconography of prosopopoeia; as Creaser points out, Keats includes none of the traditional props - ox, torch, and hoe - associated with Ceres.
The judges included Peter Shankman, vice president and small business evangelist at Vocus, Deirdre Breakenridge, author, entrepreneur and CEO of Pure Performance Communications, and Julia Hood, EVP at Haymarket Media, which oversees PRWeek, Sandra Fathi, founder and president of Affect and Katie Creaser, vice president at Affect.
M Cowley SOC, AD; J Cowling AD, AD; E Coyle RS, SOC*, H; A Creaser PY*; K Cromack E, ME; L Crosland E/EL, TH, H; D Cross MS, MM; H Crossland AD, ME, AD; T Crossland BUS, EC; H Crossley BUS*, TT; J Crossley SOC, E, ME; R Crossley PY, B; M Dadhiwala PY; H Daji PY, BUS; M Daji SOC*; M Daji BUS; M Davies PY; S Davies BUS, MM; C Davis P, MA.
Mr Groome told the court match commander David Duck-Duckenfield was said to be at the meeting, along with ground commander Bernard Murray, inspector Robert Creaser and Assistant Chief Constable Stuart Anderson.
CREASER Kathryn Louise On December 19 in hospital in Chester, Kathryn aged 42 years, late of Ormesby.
Glais Sub-Postmaster, Stanley Creaser said he saw about six feet of water in the road.
Colin Butler, senior chaplain of 143 Brigade, and Rev David Creaser, unit chaplain, led the service at Saint Mary's Church in Stafford.