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warped

mod. drug intoxicated. (A variant of bent.) Too many yellows made Jerry warped as the dickens.
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Sixthman continues to present some of the best music festivals aboard Norwegian Cruise Line as it plans to host the Vans Warped Tour with music management firm MDDN.
There's barely a mention of the anniversary on the Warped website.
"The Road to Warped Tour" lineup currently includes The Devil Wears Prada, YellowCard, Falling in Reverse, Less than Jake, All Time Low, and 3oh3.
The Vans Warped Tour Soul also features a slide-out barbeque and a sound system sourced from Infinity.
Khan: Semi-slant warped product submanifolds of a Kenmotsu manifold, Math.
In some of the studies, the researchers digitally warped images of faces taken at a distance to artificially manipulate how trustworthy they would appear.
US communications holding company AT&T Inc (NYSE: T) announced on Friday (20 June) its encore performance as the presenting sponsor of Vans Warped Tour 2008, a music tour, which began on Friday (20 June) in Pomona, California, USA.
The Warped Tour--I have to be honest--freaks me out.
At the planer mill, warped 2 by 4's represent a significant loss in value.
In comparative testing, test samples made of Zytel HTN warped two-thirds less than parts made of an alloy of nylon and polyphenylene ether (PPE) polymers.
The salle de spectacle is essentially a black box with the usual stage, tiered seating and studios, but Spuybroek elevates and transforms the orthogonal volume by shrouding it in a shimmering warped skin of lightweight steel mesh.
The Warped exhibition, touring museums around the country, features paintings and craftwork created by four woman artists from Britain, and three from America.
New data, however, suggest that the original findings were themselves warped. "It is very unlikely that in the next 5,000 years we will see another great earthquake in New Madrid," says Seth Stein of Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill.
But this would mean that the Z-form is not only irregular in two dimensions but bent or warped in three - though it is not at all clear which segment or segments are bent or warped and which, if any, are taken as normative.