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weaving

a vice of stabled horses manifested by continuous and vigorous rocking from side to side with the head and neck, and to a less extent the trunk.
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First, MC and warp are inversely related in a seemingly exponential manner, thus grade recovery declines due to warp if no restraint system is employed.
The bad news: this space warp would require all the energy contained in 100 billion universes to expand or contract just a tiny part of space.
Bars - stripes going across the warp - are warped using two colors at one time.
0 also had this capability--something noticeably absent in OS/2 Warp and Windows 95.
Kafkarkou said negotiations to develop tides for OS/2 Warp have been ongoing since 4Home Productions was established in August 1994.
Apparently, the higher aspect ratio and flatness make the bilobe fiber more effective for warp control.
The Warp 3 Medical Recorder delivers Vital Sign, Ultrasound and Cloud based EMR in a compact, smart, point of care system for doctors, nurses and paramedics.
Crealet, domiciled at Eschenbach SG (Switzerland), is specialized in the development and construction of creative solutions for the warp feed to weaving machines.