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seam

(sēm) a line of union.
osteoid seam  on the surface of a bone, the narrow region of newly formed organic matrix not yet mineralized.
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29 has been available to oil and gas producers as an incentive to find and produce fuel from designated nonconventional sources (primarily oil from shale and tar sands, and gas from geopressurized brine, Devonian shale, coal seams and tight formations).
Particularly for the roofing industry, seam performance demands are no less stringent than those for the EPDM sheets.
Hanes socks with the Comfort Toe Seam were developed to address one of families' biggest complaints regarding socks: they bunch, irritate and are sometimes just plain uncomfortable.
Once coal quality has been established and seam correlations completed the data should provide the basis for substantial additional JORC compliant Inferred Resources.
The moment temperature that diffuses in different distances of melting metal zone and heat affected zone, expresses e very important factor for valuation of seam quality and structure of seam metal, transitory zone and heat affected zone.
Make a small clip on each side to open up the seam.
If your seams aren't good, your fields aren't good.
For instance, smooth-surfaced polyester fabrics with low profile seams counter abrasion problems, while oil degradation on the edges may call for a fabric with edges of a different material from the body of the fabric.
According to Brinkley, The Seam had instant credibility in the marketplace as one of its founding partners, Plains Cotton Cooperative Association, had successfully traded over 25 million bales of cotton electronically on the system that preceded The Seam -- TELECOT[R].
In addition, avoid seam artists that try to sell phony travel agent identification cards.
Sew a 1/2-inch seam along the top and sides, but not the bottom.