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shallow

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low

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  • low
  • low-heeled
  • with low heels
  • without heels

still

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horizontal

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flat out

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a shallow box in which seedlings are started

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a musical notation indicating one half step lower than the note named

freight car without permanent sides or roof

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a deflated pneumatic tire

scenery consisting of a wooden frame covered with painted canvas

having a surface without slope, tilt in which no part is higher or lower than another

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having a relatively broad surface in relation to depth or thickness

not modified or restricted by reservations

stretched out and lying at full length along the ground

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lacking contrast or shading between tones

(of a musical note) lowered in pitch by one chromatic semitone

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flattened laterally along the whole length (e

lacking taste or flavor or tang

lacking stimulating characteristics

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having lost effervescence

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sounded or spoken in a tone unvarying in pitch

horizontally level

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lacking the expected range or depth

not reflecting light

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commercially inactive

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in a forthright manner

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New operations in Switzerland are now picking up where many giant banks - including Bank of America - have scaled down European energy trading, resulting in smaller, leaner outfits grasping onto new opportunities in what has been one of the flattest European markets in decades.
Vocho (Yellow), 2004, Margarita Cabrera's stitched rendition of the once-ubiquitous Volkswagen Bug--for which the artist refashioned in vinyl those parts made in Mexico--weds the logic of Claes Olden burg's soft sculptures to global politics, while works by Josephine Meckseper and Rachel Harrison explore the parataxis of product display and Arnie Siegel's montage of YouTube Sinatra wannabes singing "My Way" (My Way 2, 2009) pursues the echo of Warhol's celebrity culture to its final, flattest frontier.
Promising to be "one of the flattest, fastest triathlons on the calendar", the Staffordshire challenge will be the second Ironman triathlon in the UK and will be a world championship qualifying event.
Washington, April 11 ( ANI ): Geologists have determined that the Tibetan Plateau-the world's largest, highest, and flattest plateau-had a larger initial extent than was previously documented.
2mm difference between K readings), the lens should be fitted on the flattest K reading.
However, it boasts ideal conditions for speed cyclists as Highway 305, which skirts the town, enjoys an elevation of 4500ft above sea level and is reckoned to be the straightest, flattest and smoothest road surface in the world.
Positioning is important - try to follow the strata of the rock and leave the flattest stone faces outwards.
By way of contrast, the sales trend appears flattest in East Anglia and the East Midlands.
This compares to the east Midlands where sales trends have appeared flattest.
Naturally, the Jordanians are denying all of these allegations in the flattest way possible.
The flattest of flat surfaces did not help matters.
ENGLAND'S bowlers endured a tough day on the flattest of batting wickets, but can at least be cheered by Steven Finn's continued recovery from injury.
Hurlin "It was made worse by the fact that it was the flattest track we've played on at Smithy Lane all season," added the skipper.
One minute you have the flattest of stomachs, the next you look in the mirror and someone else's shape stands before you, with a definite ring of flab where you used to boast a waist, plus there are silver stretch marks on your sides.
Where is the flattest, safest and most predictable place I can land the ball on the green and get it to stop in or next to the hole?