I carried the long antenna, folded in sections, in my rucksack.
Round baskets and hampers don’t hold folded clothes well at all.
People have folded things up since there were things for them to fold.
Enchiladas are tortillas rolled or folded around a filling and baked under a sauce.
When the sheet was folded twice and bound, it yielded eight printed pages to each “gathering.”
When folded, the Roost measures just 13 inches long and 1¼ inches by 1¼ inches thick, which makes it simple to throw in your backpack or bag.
In the gateleg card table, the top can be folded so as to occupy half the space, and when opened is supported by a leg that swings out like a gate.
For easier toting and storage, we looked for blankets that came with attached straps or a separate sack to keep the blanket compactly folded or rolled.
When I moved the chairs from the dinette area under the TV, I was able to fold down the table, pull the handles of the wall, and a twin bed folded out.
The mountains of southern Siberia and Mongolia were formed by renewed uplift of old faulted and folded blocks; ranges are separated by intermontane troughs.
The western ranges are intensively folded and are much affected by volcanic action; the central and eastern portions are slightly less folded.
Why we love it: The authentic Japanese shop’s subtle but important details: Hand-folded origami cranes hang on the wall (Shuji and his friends folded some themselves).
(We know this fact since the three folded right-angled triangles meet at their right-angles, and thus each of the three folded triangles are perpendicular to each other).
A dinner napkin folded square and flat is laid on each “place” plate; very fancy foldings are not in good taste, but if the napkin is very large, the sides are folded in so as to make a flattened roll a third the width of its height.
Among the thinktanks most identified with spreading doubt are the Competitive Enterprise Institute, the Marshall Institute (which folded in 2015), the Cato Institute, the Heartland Institute, the Heritage Foundation and the campaign group Americans for Prosperity.
King's College London, UK Structural biology of proteins and nucleic acids; systems biology; protein structure prediction; molecular dynamics of folded and misfolded proteins; statistical analysis of protein interaction networks; bioinformatics and computational biology
On the flight to Raleigh, I sneezed, and the cough drop I’d been sucking on shot from my mouth, ricocheted off my folded tray table, and landed, as I remember it, in the lap of the woman beside me, who was asleep and had her arms folded across her chest.
Details released at later presentations attended by CNET reveal that the phone will have a folded resolution of 840 x 1,960 on the 4.5-in smartphone display and a tablet resolution of 1,536 x 2,152 when unfolded, with a 420ppi pixel density and unusual aspect ratios of 4.2:3 unfolded and 21:9 folded.
Under their leadership, Advance Publications purchased Random House (1980) and several other book publishers and became one of the largest American magazine publishers with such titles as The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Gentleman’s Quarterly, Vogue, Mademoiselle (folded 2001), Glamour, Brides, Self, and Gourmet (folded 2009).
The tale’s humorous tone was translated visually by the multicolored tangle of gaping courtiers, by the stocky minister raising his index finger (which was bigger than the rest of him), and, above all, by the queen, composed of so many intersecting planes that she seemed to have been extracted from a pack of cards folded a hundred times over, refuting the idea that nine is the maximum number of times a piece of paper can be folded in half.
- bend or lay so that one part covers the other
- an angular or rounded shape made by folding
- incorporate a food ingredient into a mixture by repeatedly turning it over without stirring or beating
- a group of people who adhere to a common faith and habitually attend a given church
- cease to operate or cause to cease operating
- a geological process that causes a bend in a stratum of rock
- confine in a fold, like sheep
- a group of sheep or goats
- a folded part (as in skin or muscle)
- become folded or folded up
- a pen for sheep
- the act of folding
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The tales humorous tone was translated visually by the multicolored tangle of gaping courtiers by the stocky minister raising his index finger which was bigger than the rest of him and above all by the queen composed of so many intersecting planes that she seemed to have been extracted from a pack of cards folded a hundred times over refuting the idea that nine is the maximum number of times a piece of paper can be folded in half