truncated pyramid

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a frustum formed from a pyramid

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They describe Sterling as "a typical French Valencay-style cheese Its truncated pyramid shape is dusted with ash to encourage a beautiful gray bloom-y rind Ripened for two weeks, Sterling has a dense, rich taste with a spicy, goat-y bite.
Nearby is Charles Bridgeman's own extraordinary creation from 1724 - a monumental, truncated pyramid within this pattern.
Near the entrance, a tripod supporting a truncated pyramid, like some sort of telescope or binoculars, aroused the curiosity of the viewer, who of course could not help but approach the slotlike opening in hope of discovering its contents: Music Man, 2009, an animated video by painter Tala Madani.
The welcoming, tent-like form of the church is generated by twisting a truncated pyramid, which Corvalan describes as 'more of a covered plaza' than a building, emphasised by the roughly paved floor and ceramic mosaic cladding resembling broken eggshells (a low-budget version of Gaudi).
Any gourmet worthy of the name has to sample the ash and sea salt-covered truncated pyramid of delight that is Cerney.
Solar cells will cover three sides of the Mercury Planetary Orbiter, which will be shaped like a truncated pyramid.
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