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crimped

said of grain that has been passed through corrugated rollers after previous exposure to moist heat so that the grain is fractured but there is a minimum of dust.
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To hold the crimp, the researchers glued the crimped tape to a flat piece of tape and then dipped the patterned tape into solder, coating the copper diamonds with this metal alloy.
Next year we put some crimped wheat in front of the beans.
Insertion of the crimped contact into the connector housing is visible and easy to inspect.
It's a look you can easily recreate at home and once crimped, your hair is easier to style.
Pack appearance was also well received by consumers in consumer research, who particularly felt that the new seal looked neater than traditional crimped bags.
Big-volume crimped hair has been a top punky hair trend for fashionistas since the 70s.
The scientists used each roller to flatten a rye cover crop and measured what percentage of the crimped plants died within 3 weeks.
On the catwalk: Luella, Vivienne Westwood and our very own Julien Macdonald, pictured, were sending their models down the catwalk with high volume, high texture hair, worn long and crimped for real drama.
The crimp connectors are designed to provide optimal visual clarity that ensures the wire is crimped to the connector.
Readers who reload old heeled-bullet rounds that must be crimped from below--or those who wrestle with fragile, thin-walled .
Bullets should be seated and crimped in separate operations.