The strips must be cut so that the corrugations go across, instead of lengthwise, the strips.
Not worn a bit, and theyre the anti-skid stylesee the corrugations and the rubber-protruding cleats.
Its surface is covered by minute corrugations or furrows, which give a chromatic appearance to the reflected light.
"Show me the German part," I said, gripping the corrugations of my truncheon more tightly.
The corrugations add to the strength of the device, the wood fibres closing around them, age and rust but emphasising their grip.
On the high forehead, the corrugations were rigid as though it were permanently frowning.
The female in the second stage is also convex above, flat below, but is less thick than the adult, and has not the corrugations.
The grief of years had eaten up his face, and only left untouched the corrugations itself had made.
The colour faded, the brow lost its corrugations, and the voice its thickness.
When they run for some length, and are fairly regular, the edges appear like wavy lines or corrugations.