The fuselage had a separate cone shaped nose section housing the crew of one.
The mountain is a cone of ice and limestone on a granite base, and the peak is considered by most climbers to be more difficult to reach than Everest's.
At the center of the tableau was the volcano's cone and its steaming crater.
Opened cones need to be tumbled as some seeds adhere to the cone scales.
Now, Yolinda's hair has been formed into a tall cone like shape on her head.
A careful look at an echinacea flower in full bloom will reveal the source of the name: the dark purple cone of the flower does resemble a sea urchin.
The scales of the cone are thin, obovate and have rounded edges.
First we should note that conic sections to Apollonius are by definition the curves formed when a plane intersects the surface of a cone .
Then, after a few more years. it needs fire to release seed from cone , reduce mature tree to ash to nurture the sandy soil, and then rains to ensure vigorous renewal.
They were weighed and wrapped in a cone of paper, which was quickly and expertly rolled by the shopkeeper.