The word shape is a noun. Shape means (1) the spatial arrangement of something as distinct from its substance, (2) the visual appearance of something or someone, (3) any spatial attributes (especially as defined by outline), (4) alternative names for the body of a human being, (5) a perceptual structure, (6) a concrete representation of an otherwise nebulous concept, (7) the state of (good) health (especially in the phrases `in condition' or `in shape' or `out of condition' or `out of shape').
Shape is also a verb that means (1) give a shape or form to, (2) shape or influence; give direction to, (3) make something, usually for a specific function.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word shape.
Power tools include tools used to drill, cut, and shape. This power tool glossary provides information about different power tools as well as links to power tool suppliers.
The World Economic Forum, founded in 1971 in Geneva, Switzerland, is impartial and nonprofit and is committed to improving the state of the world by engaging leaders in partnerships to shape global, regional and industry agendas. The website contains description of its initiatives, some of which include disease prevention and water treatment efforts.
Founded in 1854, Omaha has always been a dynamic, energetic city that is continually transforming itself. Whether it was Native American Indians, pioneers, railroad workers, or meatpackers, everyone who came to reside in Omaha helped to shape its current cultural diversity, hard work ethic, and friendly demeanor. The Omaha Convention & Visitors Bureau serves as the official destination marketing organization (DMO) for the City of Omaha.
The following articles provide recent shape-related news.
A new discovery in how heart muscles maintain their shape in fruit flies sheds light on the crucial relationship between cardiac function, metabolism, and longevity. ...
Science Daily. Tuesday, 17 Jul 2018 11:25:05 EDT.
The pain of a loss tends to be greater than the enjoyment of a win. That has big implications for trade, and also helps explain the politics of health care and taxes.
Neil Irwin. New York Times. Saturday, 14 Jul 2018 02:46:41 GMT.