Though when the cleavage is covered-up, embellishments and elongation come out in full-force.
I have called the design referred to an S-form, which, however, owing to its elongation is somewhat masked.
The history of the plough goes back to the elongation of a bent stick.
The experiment is then renewed with both A and B, but so that the thread takes the elongation ßβ.
A haughty spirit seemed to rise in her by the mere process of the elongation.
Smith and Howlett have shown that environmental conditions as well as heredity influence this elongation.
An elongation of the shelf to the south joins Tasmania with the mainland.
In the Kangaroos (Macropodidae) the pes is very long and narrow, owing to the elongation of the metacarpals.
Was it a Spanish elongation of the name, or an English corruption?
Work to be drawn out is treated according to the amount of elongation and reduction of diameter required.
The angular distance between two celestial bodies as seen from a third. Elongation is normally conceived as a measure of the angle formed between the Sun and a celestial body, such as a planet or the Moon, with Earth at the vertex. In terms of the celestial sphere, elongation is the distance between the Sun and the body as measured in degrees of celestial longitude. When the body lies on a direct line drawn from Earth to or through the Sun, its elongation is 0° and it is said to be in conjunction. It is said to be in quadrature when it lies at a right angle to a line between the Earth and Sun with an elongation of 90°, and it is in opposition when it lies on the opposite side of Earth from the Sun with an elongation of 180°. Superior planets (those that are farther from the Sun than Earth) have a full range of elongations between 0° and 180°. Inferior planets (those closer to the Sun than Earth) have limited elongations due to their smaller orbits; Venus has a greatest elongation of about 48°, while Mercury's greatest elongation is about 28°. See more at conjunction, opposition.