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Word: bulge

Definition: protruding part; swelling of a surface; Ex. The apple made a bulge in his pocket; V: swell outward; protrude

Sentences Containing 'bulge'

After the Allied victory just to the south in the Battle of the Bulge, they turned their attention north to Blumentritt′s position.
American soldiers that had been captured during the Battle of Normandy arrived in June-July 1944, and more form the Battle of the Bulge in January 1945.
As the bulge component is usually spherical, elliptical galaxy classifications are also unsuitable.
Bitter war widow Janet Ames (Rosalind Russell) seeks out the five soldiers for whom her husband gave his life by falling on a hand grenade during the Battle of the Bulge.
Bombed railroads, bridges, and highways to cut off German supply lines during the Battle of the Bulge, December 1944 – January 1945.
But here I'll stay, though this stern strikes rocks; and they bulge through; and oysters come to join me."
During the war, he served with the 82nd Airborne Division, including the 504th Parachute Infantry, and fought in North Africa, Italy, the Netherlands and Germany, including the Battle of the Bulge.
Even though the muscles of accommodation do their best to bulge and thicken the lens, the rays of light are not bent sufficiently to focus sharply on the retina.
Having been liberated by the Allies in September 1944, the town was recaptured by the Germans in December, during the Battle of the Bulge.
However, galaxies are often assigned the S0 morphological class when they require multiple Sérsic indices to describe their surface brightness profiles, one to describe the bulge and one to describe the disk.
However, the bulge component of lenticulars is more closely related to elliptical galaxies in terms of morphological classification.
Imagine looking at two disk galaxies edge-on, one with a bulge and one without a bulge.
In the Southern sector of the bulge, the Germans logged over 1,000 missions on the first day, countered by the 737 missions of the 15th Air Army.
Increased pressure within the eye can cause the eyeball to enlarge and bulge out of its socket (buphthalmos).
It should be mentioned, however, that advanced models of the central bulge which include both a general Sersic profile and bar indicate a smaller bulge, and thus a lessened inconsistency.
Larger axial ratios can be explained by observing face-on disk galaxies "or" by having a sample of spheroidal(bulge)-dominated galaxies.
Lee's division confronted the US 24th Infantry Division along the Naktong River from August 5–19, the First Battle of Naktong Bulge.
Lenticular galaxies are unique in that they have a visible disk component as well as a prominent bulge component.
Much of the film takes place during January 1945 near Nennig, Germany in the Battle of the Bulge.
Outgunned and outnumbered, Sgt Don Smith (Cole Carson) struggles to find hope and courage against overwhelming odds in one of the decisive confrontations in the Battle of the Bulge during WWII.
Said Marshal Rokossovsky: "Instead of encircling the enemy, we only pushed them out of the bulge.
SB01 galaxies have the least defined bar structure and are only classified as having slightly enhanced surface brightness along opposite sides of the central bulge.
Since the bulge component tends to dominate the galaxy, lenticular galaxy samples are often indistinguishable from elliptical galaxy populations in terms of their overall surface brightness profiles.
The bulge component is similar to elliptical galaxies in that it is pressure supported by a central velocity dispersion.
The bulge of the vastus internus increases.
The crater interior has been flooded by lava in the past, and only the northern half of the crater rim remains relatively intact. There is an outward bulge in the northeastern rim, possibly the remnant of another crater formation that once overlapped Baily.
The distinction between spiral galaxies and lenticular galaxies is often simpler to analyze as the dividing line is often set at a particular bulge-to-disk ratio.
The division took part in the Battle of the Bulge and was one of the few to achieve its objectives.
The fact that the lenticular galaxy distribution rises with increasing observed axial ratio implies that lenticulars are dominated by a central bulge component.
The field dimensions are as follows: The asymmetry of the field is partly the result of an inward bulge in the fence in right center.
The Fourth Panzer Army and the First Panzer Army were situated south of the Red Army's bulge into German lines, with the First Panzer Army to the east of the Fourth Panzer Army.
The galaxy with a prominent bulge will have a larger edge-on axial ratio compared to the galaxy without a bulge based on the definition of axial ratio.
The motivation behind this criterion is that lenticular galaxies do have prominent bulge and disk components whereas elliptical galaxies have no disk structure.
The nebulous galaxy features a bright central bulge and diffuse arms with distinct star-forming regions.
The Operation began on 12 July and ended on 18 August 1943 with the capture of Orel and collapse of the Orel bulge.
The prominence of the bar increases with index number, thus SB03 galaxies have very well defined bars that can extend through the transition region between the bulge and disk.
The SS Panzer Corps was deployed along the northern edge of the bulge, on the northern front of Army Group South.
The wall retains a generally circular form, but many of its features have been worn away and there is a slight protruding bulge in the western rim.
There is an outward bulge to the south-southeast where the interior has slumped.
They gained on the boys, but it didn't do no good, the boys had too good a start; they got to the woodpile that was in front of my tree, and slipped in behind it, and so they had the bulge on the men again.
They have much higher bulge-to-disk ratios than typical spirals and do not have the canonical spiral arm structure of late-type galaxies, yet may exhibit a central bar.
This bulge dominance can be seen in the axis ratio (i.e. the ratio between the observed minor and major axial of a disk galaxy) distribution of a lenticular galaxy sample.
This is a combined effect from lenticulars having difficult inclination measurements, projection effects in the bulge-disk interface region, and the random motions of stars affecting the true rotational velocities.
This is due to the significant bulge and disk nature of lenticulars.
This results from lenticulars having both prominent disk and bulge components.
This situation is analogous to a balloon, where the motions of the air particles (stars in a bulge's case) are dominated by random motions.
Thus, lenticulars have much larger v/σ ratios than ellipticals due to their non-negligible rotational velocities (due to the disk component) in addition to not having as prominent of a bulge component compared to elliptical galaxies.
When affected by them, the suit wearer is incapacitated, handicapped and put through immense pain as the suit begins to bulge uncontrollably.
When the Germans tried the same tactic again in 1944 during the Battle of the Bulge, the US Army was able to very quickly "pick the corners" in this fashion and brought the spearhead to a halt in a few days.
With a fluid rotating body, its distribution of mass is not spherical (it shows an equatorial bulge), and it has angular momentum.
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