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draping,

n in massage, technique of securely covering and uncovering parts of the body and moving the client.

draping

covering the animal with sterile drapes for surgery leaving exposed only that part of the body that has been aseptically prepared and is actually required for the surgical procedure.
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It covers draping of basic bodices, skirts, torso/blouse, and drafting of a fitted sleeve.
This is a result, in large part, of the larger, clearer step-by-step drawings of the draping procedures, patterns, and appearance of the garment design.
This photo of Buddhist monks draping washed cloth out to dry upon a tree in the jungle symbolizes man's simple coexistence with nature, yet also underscores the Buddhist reverence for life and the importance nature plays in ascetic training.
With the variety of sizes, configurations and safety features being provided by a vast number of surgical drape manufacturers and marketers, the options are there to find a safe and effective draping strategy for every patient and procedure.
FiberSIM software provides a complete design environment for composite parts, including a draping simulation tool that generates accurate data on fiber orientations.
Under this deal, both companies will collaborate to add new Interventional Draping products to QSUM s infection-control product range.
The course titled "Allegiance Convertors 101" was built around the Allegiance Convertors line of draping products.