The eyes, of myriad facets
, cover three-fourths of the head, permitting the creature to see in all directions at one and the same time.
The piety of that age, not very subtle nor much given to reasoning, did not see so many facets
in an act of religion.
In certain crustaceans, for instance, there is a double cornea, the inner one divided into facets
, within each of which there is a lens-shaped swelling.
Though built of granite,--a stone which is hard to work,--its angles, and the casings of the doors and windows, are decorated with corner blocks cut into diamond facets
It was fitted and filled with looking-glasses at every angle of refraction, so that they looked like the hundred facets
of one huge diamond--if one could get inside a diamond.
joint angles were measured bilaterally and axially at the level of L3-4, L4-5, L5-S1 using computed tomography (CT).
Kidney, Oval and irregular shapes were defined in non-division type of superior articular facet
More recently, Makransky, Mortensen, and Glas (2012) applied separate multidimensional CATs in order to measure the facets
on each domain and obtained increases in the reliability of the facet
Zhu , Miao [11, 13] and Tiryakioglu  have studied the mechanisms of facet
formation in different materials and reported that these facets
could be originated by slip bands.
The commercialization and mass deployment of Facet
smart sensor technology will significantly reduce the processing requirements for next-generation autonomous navigation systems.
Some studies indicate that facet
joint pressure of the adjacent segment increases after fusion.
The Bing web search only has a single facet
available: for date labeled "Any time.