One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘It was enough for at least two people; all the chips were of a good size, without being wedge-like.’
- ‘The rubbish tips have been stabilized by unloading earth over the sides of the ravine to form wedge-like slopes, recalling the tumbling debris.’
- ‘The walls of the wedge-like form are clad entirely in a delicately translucent glass skin, so that the building is perceived as a series of elements encased within a shimmering membrane.’
- ‘Later this morning I'll be heading into downtown Vancouver, to the wedge-like Hamilton Street radio studio building, to record a brief interview on Internet topics or something like that.’
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