Davidovitch says they were inspired and moved toward a solution by thinking about how a familiar birthday balloon, made of two circular mylar foils, wrinkles and crumples (two separate processes).
This simple process leads to a fascinating pattern of wrinkles and crumples that emerge spontaneously near the perimeter of each foil," Davidovitch points out.
A field of triangles crumples
and twists into a wavy crystalline sea.
In Hollywood, a punch to the groin is usually pretty humorous, an unintentional kick or elbow that crumples
the unfortunate victim to the ground.
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A bare-breasted woman wearing a long, glowing orange skirt speaks of spiders, voices and women's eyes, furiously crumples
cellophane in a cacophonous frenzy, and dramatically traces arcs in space with her upper body as she waltzes through webbed lighting that keeps dividing the stage into new lands.
Always one step ahead of the Nazis, Jacobowsky invokes his mother's practical philosophy, ``There are two possibilities in every situation,'' and Graae's face crumples
as he searches for the more hopeful alternative.
She and Deisenhofer argue that a statin molecule works because its arm sticks into the enzyme's pocket and then its wing crumples
down into the cavity, blocking any other molecules from binding there.
Instead, when he finds out that she's being sexually harassed, he crumples
at her feet and sighs, ``Thank God
If the guest crumples
up his or her towels, say, `I'll take this for you.
As the rubber relaxed, the detached graphene was compressed to crumple