A slow, surreal tide of deformation has appeared throughout the city.
Cranial measurements are not distorted by cradling practice or other causes of deformation.
The date of the Appalachian deformation is told in the usual way.
It recognizes the results of deformation in providing the broader initial forms on which details are to be carved.
deformation offers a part of the earths crust to be worked upon.
This deformation of the electrons will influence their mechanical properties.
But that is the only deformation of the body on which he relies.
Even where not subsequently disturbed by deformation, coal beds are not free from structural irregularity.
Measuring the deformation: The deformation is measured by a compressometer.
Comparing their structure with that of folded mountains, what do you infer as to their relief after their deformation?
deformation de·for·ma·tion (dē'fôr-mā'shən, děf'ər-)
An alteration in shape or structure of a previously normally formed part.