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fab·ri·ca·tion

(fab'ri-kā'shŭn),
Telling false tales as true; for example, the malingering of symptoms or illness or feigning an incorrect response or calculation during a psychological or mental status examination.

fab·ri·ca·tion

(fab'ri-kā'shŭn)
Telling false tales as true; e.g., the malingering of symptoms or illness or feigning an incorrect response during a mental status examination.

fab·ri·ca·tion

(fab'ri-kā'shŭn)
1. Manufacture or crafting of dentures, appliances, and other forms of oral prostheses.
2. Telling false tales as true; e.g., malingering of symptoms or illness calculation during examination.
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The EFAB process provides layers from 4 [micro]m to 20 [micro]m in thickness, making it possible with multiple layers to fabricate substantially larger and more robust devices than possible with conventional planar micromachined devices which are usually formed from thin film materials just a few microns thick.
DRC can fabricate micro-coils with conductor line widths and spaces as small as 5 microns.
To fabricate tougher liposomelike vesicles, Timothy Deming at the University of California, Santa Barbara and Darrin Pochan of the University of Delaware in Newark enlisted polymers of amino acids, the building blocks of proteins.
To fabricate their transistor, Braun and his colleagues first worked with components in a test tube to devise a way of attaching carbon nanotubes to precise locations, on a DNA scaffold.
Steps to fabricate sand and plaster cast metal prototypes are virtually identical, but the tooling selection is based on the quantity of parts required.
Over the past decade, research groups in academia and industry have been racing to fabricate electronic devices--integrated circuits, displays for handheld computers, and solar cells--not from silicon but from semiconducting polymers (SN: 5/17/03, p.
Researchers can already fabricate arrays of thousands of cantilevers.