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- You only need to worry about freckles if one gets bumpy or turns into an asymmetrical, weird shape.
- This difference used to be attributed to the asymmetrical shape of the human brain.
- For naturalistic plantings, lay bulbs out in informal masses with curved borders and asymmetrical shapes.
- Grouping pictures in symmetrical or asymmetrical groupings will always give a stylish look.
- We start with a series of drawings on white paper using a dark crayon, teaching symmetrical and asymmetrical patterns.
- The older building's square symmetry finds its opposite in the asymmetrical cruciform of the new.
- Wool jackets have also been spotted in the same asymmetrical, unbalanced cut as those in suede.
- Humans find symmetrical faces more attractive than asymmetrical faces.
- However, asymmetrical patterns often look more exotic than symmetrical ones.
- At the very top of the structure is an asymmetrical spire.
- A bug-eyed waiter approached silently to offer me a multi-coloured drink in an asymmetrical glass, reassuring me that it was just a dream.
- But Rieu's tweed suits are asymmetrical and in contrasting bright colours, and her leisure outfits are decorated with a spiky geometrical motif.
- The new Freedom Tower, its asymmetrical design intended to mirror the nearby Statue of Liberty, will take another five years to complete.
- Apparently asymmetrical earrings are what all the hip kids are wearing.
- Now it's gone all trendy - stone-flagged flooring, high tables and chairs of cast iron, the chairs being in a twirly asymmetrical design.
- Dressed in a leather aviator helmet, a long, black asymmetrical skirt and punkish boots, she has a covetable designer scarf wound around her neck.
- An asymmetrical blouse, a drop-shoulder blouse with bat sleeves and a long skirt with an uneven border were among those displayed.
- Designer Malini Ramani, who showcased her collection earlier in the day, also used asymmetrical hemlines.
- Here, the qualities of moulded mass-produced plastic are used to create an asymmetrical sculptural object of refined beauty.
- The latest trend to jolt the watch industry is see-through straps, asymmetrical dials, and funky colours.