(1) The rhomboid and pectoralis minor muscles are strongly involved in this exercise.(2) Between the two sat a white, benchlike rhomboid that mimicked the shape of the chamber, creating the effect of one surreally distorted ├ö├ç├┐white cube├ö├ç├û within another.(3) Another hypothesis was that wind forces at ├ö├ç├┐hot spots,├ö├ç├û which resulted from the rhomboid shape of the tower, caused overstressing of the glass.(4) The rhomboid lies beneath the trapezius, extending from its attachment on the spine to the scapulae.(5) This magic blue rhomboid will put you back on track.(6) The eastern face is further distinguished by the presence of a knotted rhomboid pattern that is unique among the conjunction of epigraphic bands delineating the geometric panels of the minaret.(7) Orchids, however, have all possible tetrad types: linear, decussate, square, tetrahedral, rhomboid and T-shaped are all reported, e.g. in Calanthe discolor which has a soft pollinium.(8) As for your paddling muscles, there are many ways to target the rhomboid / scapular muscles, the lats, and the shoulders.(9) While this is a great tool, I'd like for Adobe to reform their Free Transform tool and Free Distort filter into a single tool that allows users to distort objects within a rhomboid (as in Photoshop's Free Transform option).(10) The witness states that she looked carefully at the spheres as they made figure-like shapes in the air, first a rhomboid and then an arrow.(11) Historically, the heavy rhomboid scales of the gar were often used by local Indians for arrow points, ornaments, and other instruments.(12) Another visually interesting dessert is the kalamay na ure, which looks like a glowing purple rhomboid , a sweet pasty thing made with purple rice.(13) As with all of the basal families, the scales are rhomboid and covered with cosmine.(14) Its arrangement of forms - a bulky, white rhomboid with curved sides that is balanced unsteadily on a dark rectangle - at first floats freely as a pure, nonrepresentational abstraction a la Ellsworth Kelly.(15) In fact there is ample evidence that Euclid is using earlier textbooks as he writes the Elements since he introduces quite a number of definitions which are never used such as that of an oblong, a rhombus, and a rhomboid .(16) The rhomboid shape of the crystals was confirmed in thick sections and by electron microscopy.