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crimp

(krĭmp) [ AS. gecrympan, to curl]
To bind or mold with applied pressure; to crease.
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After the 4th year, Randle did have to till the plots to control some perennial weeds, but the crimper could be used again continuously for years after that.
Co-extrusion systems incorporate fillings with contrasting tastes and textures into a cereal tube which is then formed into individual pillows, tubes, bars or wafers by the pillow crimper to create high added-value products.
He plans to score with crimper Candice, who is set to be at the centre of another storm - will she force Audrey to sack her own daughter Sarah?
Cut out each beignet using a ravioli crimper and secure the edges.
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Crimper Patrick Forster placed three signs on drain covers saying the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were hiring and to "enquire within."
To fill an order, both edges of the 3-foot piece of tin were cranked through a crimper to make the edges clip together.
For crimping, the robot places the caps on the vials using a gripper, and then the robot picks up the crimper tool and seals each vial.
"Maria doesn't know what she's letting herself' in for." He moves the crimper into his empty and, when she can't pay the rent, the reign of terror begins.
The essential elements are a die, pillow crimper and cream feed system.