Velcro

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Velcro

a trademark for a type of fastening device with a surface of tiny hooks that adhere to the opposite side, used mainly on fabric products.

Velcro™

A proprietary material widely used to close or fasten things together, usually fabrics.
 
Medspeak
A popular term for family, friends, pub mates and/or various others who brought a patient into A&E/ER and “adhere” (i.e., “Velcro-like”) to him or her, despite the care team’s need to treat the patient without input from the accompanying party.
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The top attaches to the back of the top panel with hook-and-loop tabs and the edge of the door area attaches to the support bars with hook-and loop tape strips.
3 Hang the quilt by smoothing the hook-and-loop tape that's sewn on the back of the quilt along the tape stapled to the wood strip.
no additional material is required to manufacture the molded-in hook-and-loop fastener strips;
The Kick Killer easily attaches inside any garment with hook-and-loop fasteners.
That prolongs the life of the hook-and-loop fasteners and keeps them from catching on other items.
The bags attach to your ATV with hook-and-loop fasteners.
If you like, you can attach some hook-and-loop tape or a snap to provide a closure.
The kit also offers adhesive stickers, hook-and-loop fasteners (better known by their trademark name Velcro), sparkle glue, sequins, tulle fabric for wedding veils and several pairs of shoes.
You'll also need 4 yards of either 2-inch-wide grosgrain ribbon or 3-inch-wide cotton belting in a contrasting color; and 12 inches of inch-wide hook-and-loop (Velcro) fabric fastener.
The BASIC has hook-and-loop fasteners on the helmet cover, collar, vest, groin plate carrier, arm protectors and boots.
Velcro, the original hook-and-loop fastener system, is a trade.