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fuse

verb To join or melt one substance into another.

fuse

(fūz) [L. fusus, poured]
1. A safety device consisting of a strip of wire made from easily meltable metal of predetermined conductance. The metal melts, breaking the circuit when excess current passes through.
2. To unite or blend together, as the coherence of adjacent body structures.
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Jeroen Van Bauwel, director, product management at Xeikon, explains the advantage of the new fuser drum: "The standard fuser drum has a hard surface, so if you have a structured substrate, there is a chance that it only contacts the raised areas, which may result in an uneven gloss level.
At some point, it becomes overwhelming," says Wu, who says his Fuser offers a convenient way to bring the constantly expanding universe of social media back into one small world.
He limped off and Neil McCann took over, but before he was able to make any kind of impact, Fuser should have done better than shoot weakly at Charbonnier after having shouldered his way past Ferguson and Reyna.
Injury-hit Fuser hopes to join the rest of Alberto Malesani's squad on this morning's flight to Glasgow after missing out on last season's UEFA Cup trip to Scotland through suspension.
Lazio, remarkably, are quoted behind Parma (16-19), who have an excellent defence and midfield newcomers Juan Sebastian Veron and Fuser, and on the same level as Milan (13-16).
Outclassed Treviso could only manage the one try - a consolation for lock Marco Fuser - and eight points from the boot of fly-half Joe Carlisle.
Midfielders: Demetrio Albertini, Zvonimir Boban, Angelo Colombo, Roberto Donadoni, Stefano Eranio, Alberigo Evani, Diego Fuser, Federico Giunti, Christian Lantignotti, Gigi Lentini, Roberto Lorenzini, Frank Ricard, Giovanni Stroppa, Rui Costa, Serginho.
Fuser said: "My team- mates have told me that to play at Ibrox gives a player extraordinary feelings and unique emotions.
ITALY: Buffon 7, Pannuci 7, Maldini 8, Albertini 7, Cannavaro 7, Negro 7, Fuser 8 (De Livio 6), Conte 8, INZAGHI 9 (Chiesa 6), Vieri 8 (Montella 6), Di Francesco 7.
Italy: D Odiete (Mogliano), L Sarto (Zebre), M Campagnaro (Exeter), G Garcia (Zebre), M Bellini (Padova), C Canna (Zebre), E Gori (Treviso), A Lovotti (Zebre), O Gega (Treviso), L Cittadini (Wasps), G Fabio Biagi (Zebre), M Fuser, F Minto, A Zanni (all Treviso), S Parisse (Stade Francais).