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chrome dome

A person who is completely bald, or that person's head. I actually started losing my hair in my late twenties, and I've been a chrome dome ever since! Some women don't care for bald men, but I love my husband's chrome dome.
See also: chrome, dome

dome-doctor

slang A psychologist or psychiatrist. "Dome" is slang term for "head." The phrase is usually used in a derogatory way. Ugh, I don't want to see a dome-doctor and talk about my feelings.

marble dome

A thoroughly stupid person; someone with no sense or intelligence. Don't listen to any advice that marble dome gives you—he's only got a job here because of who his daddy is. There's no way I'll lose to a marble dome like you.
See also: dome, marble

ivory dome

A thoroughly stupid person; someone with no sense or intelligence. Don't listen to any advice that ivory dome gives you—he's only got a job here because of who his daddy is. There's no way I'll lose to a ivory dome like you.
See also: dome, ivory

double-dome

A derogatory term for someone who is very smart. That guy's a real double-dome—he probably spends all his time in the library, like a loser.

chrome-dome

n. a shiny, bald head; a man with a bald head. (Also a rude term of address.) The guy with the chrome-dome suddenly grasped his chest and made a face.

dome

n. the head, especially if bald. I need a new hat for my shiny dome.

domed

mod. hit on the head. (see also dome.) I domed him accidentally with the ladder.
See also: dome

dome-doctor

n. a psychologist or psychiatrist. The dome-doctor lets me talk while he keeps score.

double-dome

1. n. an intellectual. It’s not that what the double-domes say is wrong, it’s that they are so sure that they are right that scares me.
2. mod. intellectual. Most kids need to be exposed to double-dome profs at college for a while.

marble dome

n. a stupid person. (Someone who has marble where brains should be.) The guy’s a marble dome. He has no knowledge of what’s going on around him.
See also: dome, marble
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TWICE, the flagship team represented by JYP Entertainment, debuted in 2015 and rose to stardom thanks to big hits including "Cheer Up" and "Knock Knock." It is also the first K-pop girl band to have a dome tour in Japan as well.
Dimitrijevic's proposal to bring the public museum and The Domes together at Mitchell Park comes after a recent report found that Milwaukee County has a giant repairs backlog for local parks.
Iside a dome houses at the Aso Farm Land resort in Aso, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan.
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Dome works to provide lighting at the middle of central prayer space exactly where the it is very difficult to get natural lighting.
"What I find most fascinating is the amount of detail that went into crafting the ornaments," said Joe Abriatis, construction manager of the Dome Restoration project.
Caption: ABC Domes' facilities provide near absolute protection from hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes and fires.
Half-completed when Abraham Lincoln stood beneath it to summon ''the better angels of our nature'' in 1861, the Capitol dome has since towered over Washington, which limits building heights to 130 feet.
The Sports Domes, on the outskirts of Hartlepool at Seaton Carew, is one of the first inflatable sports domes in the country with the largest of the two domes hosting six five-a-side football pitches while the second is aimed at golfers of all levels with a putting trail, four golf simulators - based on more than 80 real international courses - a chipping green, indoor driving range, a pro shop and cafe.
All described candidate intrusive domes are characterised by very low flank slopes in the range 0.1[degrees]-0.9[degrees].
The ultimate paradigm for all monumental domes was the Roman Pantheon (117-125 CE) (7) which, with its centrally placed 'oculus' or eye of heaven, was the largest dome until the Italian Renaissance and Brunelleschi's dome for the Cathedral of Florence.
Monolithic Domes are one-piece, steel-reinforced, super insulated, concrete structures that can cost as much as 50% less to cool than traditional structures of the same size.
Hub-and-strut domes use aluminum or steel for the hubs and wood, conduit or even bamboo for the struts.
Snaptron's IntelliTac dual action domes (DT-Series) are low profile contacts designed to make two independent electrical contacts with one dome.
Situated north and west of the crater Arago, in southwestern Mare Tranquillitatis, are two relatively steep-sided, rough domes. They're designated Arago Alpha and Beta (L32) and are 20 to 26 km across, depending on which features are being included in the measurements.