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You know, instead of you, you know, really easy decisions, they move on to misinformation and really vague things and evaluating dangerous groups and that sort of moving people up the difficulty curve is, is also improving things.

We have served as a model for bending the curve of infections through rigorous infection-control practices.

La Russa went on to win one World Series title with the Oakland Athletics and two with the Cardinals, gaining a reputation for being ahead of the curve in strategic deployments such as bullpen specialization.

In Indonesia, we do like the intermediate part of the curve so maybe toward the 10-year.

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Though he had his best season in three years according to WAR per 162 games, Kershaw will be 33 next season, an area of the aging curve in which pitchers typically see their strikeouts drop and their FIPs rise.

Wielding a curved knife, a young man navigates past the aging structures and into the forest.

His spine was curved, indicating the condition known as scoliosis.

Roll-neck designs were made in fine pleats with arms buried in folds of curved material.

Reporters call it "the fishbowl": the building is curved, and the entire area is fronted by glass.

He created the curved Virgule heel as a signature, to differentiate his work post-Dior.

Her eyes were blazing with triumph, yet her lips curved with contempt at the attitude of her trembling father.

He curved his hand round mine, and told me as long as I played right, his hand would not interfere with mine.

In shape it is curved, like those things for candles attached to upright pianos, but with a weighted foot to hold it firm.

They are straight or curved rods, which vary markedly in size and outline, and stain very irregularly (Fig. 123).

Lettice, he saw, was lying with a cigarette against the bank of sloping sand that curved above them.


On this page you'll find 60 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to curved, such as: arched, crooked, curvaceous, elliptical, rounded, and serpentine.

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