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Drug slang A regional term for marijuana
Imaging A descriptive term for the incomplete filling and parallel spiculation of plical folds seen in radiocontrast studies of the small intestine—which is most striking in the jejunum, given the prominence of plical folds—which corresponds to a thickening of the wall by either intramural haemorrhage or haematoma, related to anticoagulants, blood dyscrasia, trauma, Meckel’s diverticulum, endometriosis, or infiltration of the intestinal wall, as in lymphoma
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stack

(stăk) [ME. stak]
1. To place objects directly on top of others.
2. To perform a procedure immediately after a preceding one, without interruption or pause.

stack

(stak)
To build up porcelain in the shape of a tooth in the fabrication of a tooth crown.
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Today's rigid-flex circuit board materials, stack-ups and constructions now permit a variety of advanced design configurations.
Moreover, it has to be used in mixed stack-ups with other substrates like FR4 or Rogers RO4000.
Assembly stack-ups are done only after tools are built and the assembly is "tweaked" to make as few tool changes as possible.
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Included in the Cover Girl Stack Ups Collection is Lip Swirl lip gloss, which features two contrasting swirls of color in each pot; Loose Shimmer Dust featuring two shades of fine micronized powder; and All Over Color for use on lips, eyes and cheeks in four neutral shades that can be used alone or layered together with other Cover Girl Stack-Ups.
Using CAE software with the ability to predict causes and the amount of variability, it is possible to estimate tolerance stack-ups and dimensional capability, as well as minimum wall thicknesses for a particular molding/core process.
But, equipment stack-ups, frequent color changes, maintenance complications, cumbersome access platforms, and lost machine time have caused plant personnel to rethink this approach.