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flange

(flanj),
That part of the denture base that extends from the cervical ends of the teeth to the border of the denture.

flange

A popular term for the corona of the penis.

flange

(flanj)
That part of the denture base that extends from the cervical ends of the teeth to the border of the denture.

flange

(flanj)
That part of denture base that extends from cervical ends of teeth to border of the denture.
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For the case without water (filling ratio of 0%), modal tests are conducted to investigate the effects of the number of flange joints on modal characteristics.
Cut a flange strip equal to the length of one quilt side.
The length of sliding distance of the contact point of the standard flange ([D.sub.1]) along the rail head in one wheel revolution with regard to the equation (1) has the following correspondence:
Cut the pillow back pieces per the Flange Pillow Sham instructions.
Using an electric impact wrench and hand torque wrenches, I tried the washers with 3/4-inch and 5/8-inch B7 studs on piping flanges.
Then place the red-painted flange over the three bolts installed in the flange being removed.
Richard Silk believes this SKF technology has made a noticeable difference to the performance of Mirage's flange facing tools: "We tested a number of linear motion systems and the SKF solution stood out immediately.
Estimate the dimensions, including thickness, and select the flange facing and gasket details.
For applications where the flange and bolt system cannot support high compressive loads, Garlock has developed the GYLON series of gaskets that employs a highly compressible and chemically-resistant PTFE material that conforms to surface irregularities under low bolt load.
Flanges in steel or stainless steel with ratings from 150 to 1200 psi.
The face flange installation fin option is a particularly useful feature when replacing existing narrow-frame steel or aluminum casement and projected windows that were originally installed directly into the masonry of a building opening.