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finish

said of animals offered for sale prior to slaughter; is the degree of fatness short of obesity.
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Trinowski offers the example of shell sand, which produces some of the best surface finishes in the sand casting arena.
Nevertheless, to meet market demands, nearly 50% of the union's membership devote their skills to the application of special finishes.
There are many more methods of measuring roughness, such as Rp, Rq, Rx, and Ry, used by other industries and in other parts of the world, but not common in measuring roll finishes for plastics.
Johnson has the edge with six runner-up finishes to three for Kenseth.
Chemspec and RPM Wood Finishes Group are both members of RPM, a $2 billion world provider of specialty coatings.
Anticipating a neck-finish change (either during the current project or as a future change) will ensure that the preform design is suitably flexible and that the parting line is placed in the appropriate location for all the neck finishes to be used.
spinning out of control and all but out of contention in the Chase for the Championship, Kahne and Kenseth were looking at respectable, but unhelpful, fourth- and sixth-place finishes.
Company president Don Kendall gave all six Mack plants a directive to switch from solvent-based to water-based finishes within 18 months.
Powder coating is an innovation method for applying decorative and protective finishes to a wide range of products and materials.
Since the Indy Racing League introduced road course racing last year, Valencia's Bryan Herta has produced some good finishes.
This acquisition is a further step in the execution of Cabot Microelectronics' Engineered Surface Finishes (ESF) growth initiative.
Junior has three top-10 finishes and an average finish of 19th-place in 14 career races at Michigan.