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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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And while it's a less precise telltale sign, if you rub your fingertip down a case and feel a right-angle edge around the case mouth, the round is insufficiently crimped.
These yarns may be crimped, curled, coiled, distorted by air-jet process.
As crimped hair makes a comeback on the catwalks, Irish Daily Mirror columnist and celebrity hair stylist Andrew Barton tells us how we can get the look at home.
Crimp-Tite is the company's trademark for a crimped fitting system for hoses.
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.
Before turning the water back on, go through and check for the mark on each fitting to make sure it's been crimped.
The researchers crimped the tape between metal combs with zigzag teeth.
In some applications the crimped fiber must be extremely resilient, for example, in fiber filling for pillows, furniture, and so on.
Potter & Soar, the UK's leading manufacturer of architectural wire mesh, has recently launched Solaris, a pre-crimped wire mesh pattern that combines a vertical crimped weave with flat horizontal wires to create a slatted Venetian blind effect.
Not just a crust-less and circular sandwich, but one with sealed edges - crimped, sealed edges.
This patent is for a polyester fiber tow made up of crimped polyester fibers that have substantially uniform primary crimps and substantially uniform secondary crimps.