disc-shaped


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  • adj

Synonyms for disc-shaped

having a flat circular shape

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1947: The series of "flying saucer" stories started when a pilot, Kenneth Arnold, reported seeing nine disc-shaped objects over Mount Rainier, Washington.
She thinks the disc-shaped tablets, 4 cm across and 1 cm thick, were likely dipped in water and dabbed directly on the eyes (PNAS, http://dx.
1947: The series of ''flying saucer'''' stories started when pilot, Kenneth Arnold, reported seeing disc-shaped objects over Mount Rainier, Washington.
These disc-shaped cells, also called erythrocytes, live for 100 to 120 days.
The concluding part focuses on airline pilot Captain Ray Bowyer, who saw two disc-shaped objects in the sky.
The concluding part focuses on airline pilot Captain Ray Bowyer, who saw two enormous disc-shaped objects in the sky.
According to the newspaper report, the Federal Aviation Administration confirmed that a United supervisor called the control tower at O'Hare and asked whether anyone saw a spinning disc-shaped object.
The disc-shaped weapon, which is the size of a CD, was dumped in a red amnesty bin in Staffordshire.
Challenging the traditional Bordeaux bottle shape, the company is switching to a more modern design featuring a disc-shaped ridge at the bottom of the neck.
The disc-shaped robot is 30 centimeters across and 105 cm high and weighs 2 kilograms.
The specific gravities of 49 disc-shaped Guangdong tektites with masses between 10.
An eximer laser uses an ultraviolet wavelength to deliver pulses of energy that remove a small disc-shaped sliver of the central cornea.
Designed for easy portability and accessibility in everyday use, the case is disc-shaped and compact in size, holding up to 20 compact discs, ten floppies, or five zip discs in individual compartments that are connected accordion fashion.
But a number of the strange disc-shaped craft, which matched the classic UFO shape, crashed, including one at Roswell air base in New Mexico in 1947 and another at Laredo in Texas a year later.