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drooling

the discharge of saliva from the mouth. A normal feature in some breeds of dogs such as St. Bernard, Newfoundland and English bulldog, presumably because of their loose, pendulous lips. In other dogs and in cats it can be a sign of abnormalities of swallowing, painful oral lesions, diseased teeth, or disorders of salivary glands with hypersialosis.
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Die drool is a consequence of the stresses present prior to the exit, not just their instantaneous values at the die lips [9].
In 2000, it will sell the equivalent of about 32,000 kegs of Moose Drool.
A high-pressure valve separates the operations of plasticating and injection, and a nozzle shutoff valve prevents drool.
has patented removable die inserts for cast film that permit removal of die drool, charred polymer, and other build-up from die lips without stopping production.
Trexel recommends a hydraulic shut-off nozzle to prevent pressure loss and material drool.
Next week, it's the women's turn to openly drool over a cute guy.
Both products have a new processing aid that is said to minimize die drool, which causes "horse collar" formation, a common problem with peroxide-cured PE.
3~ for the drool air samples--well below the action level.
Amazingly, it works, and when Dizzy transfers to a new school, he's got the entire, scantily attired cheerleading squad lining up to drool over his 98-pound body.
White Bull sat curled up in a wheelchair, face contorted, hands clenched in her lap, drool dripping from the corner of her mouth, which pulled down on one side in a perpetual half-grimace.
The paper provides a description of the business rules translation from a particular object oriented rule system such as Drools, to another rule-system as Jess coming from the AI area, using R2ML as interchange language.