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in·cise

(in-sīz'),
To cut with a knife.

in·cise

(in-sīz')
To cut with a knife.

incise

(ĭn-sīz′) [L. incisus]
To cut, as with a sharp instrument.
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Pairwise comparison analysis revealed that the MOE incising and washing averages were not significantly different from each other (P = 0.
It was also found that incising and preservative treatments were helpful in reducing delamination but could not stop it.
Incising had relatively little effect on the quantity of CCA components detected in the outer 5 mm of the samples, although a slight increase in retention apparently occurred (Table 1).
In order to flatten veneer sheets, two actions must take place during peeling: incising and pulling.
The results show that the effect of veneer incising on spruce LVL mean edgewise bending MOE, MOR, and mean longitudinal shear strengths in both the L-X plane (plank application) and the L-Y plane (joist application) is not significant at the 0.
Incising increased retentions to acceptable levels for ACZA and ACQ, while the CCA retention was only 2 percent below the target.
Surface damage of lumber resulting from incising increases as the amount of pressure per tooth increases.
Incising the lumber substantially improves treatment (Morris 1991) and may be expected to do the same for plywood.
The system's new DirectFlow(tm) Arterial Cannula with Incising Introducer facilitates placement of the new EndoClamp-ST Catheter and enables faster and easier positioning of the endoaortic balloon clamp.
In comparing delamination of the utility pole beams (Table 8), the Pole 2 beam exhibited the least amount ofdelamination of the three beams in each surface preparation group (priming, incising, and control).
The three surface preparations (control, incising, and priming) were randomly assigned to the three clusters, with all of the groups within the same cluster receiving the same surface preparation.