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moulage

 [moo-lahzh´] (Fr.)
a wax model of a structure or lesion.

mou·lage

(mū-lazh'),
A reproduction in wax of a skin lesion, tumor, or other pathologic state.
[F. a molding]
A descriptor for a smooth contour of the small intestinal mucosa with loss of mucosal folds, typical of radiocontrast studies in gluten-sensitive enteropathy (coeliac disease)

mou·lage

(mū-lahzh')
A reproduction in wax of a skin lesion, tumor, or other pathologic state.
[F. a molding]
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The focus of this campaign is to raise needed funds that will be used to purchase more advanced moulage supplies required for upcoming projects.
Working on a moulage (sculpting of fabric on a mannequin) and then duplicating it in paper patterns is not easy, says Simcox.
Behind the scenes are enlisted personnel from all branches of service-including corpsmen-who support the training as moulage or make-up artists, advisors, safety officers and more.
Special Agent Charles Appel, a staunch supporter of Hoover's vision of fighting crime with science, attended training classes in a number of disciplines, including serology, toxicology, handwriting and typewriting analysis, and moulage (the making of impressions or casts for casework and courtroom testimony).
However, the major players are trying to develop modular manufacturing systems, e.g., C3M (carcasse, monofill, moulage at mechanique) by Michelin, MIRS (modular integrated robotized system) by Pirelli, BIRD (Bridgestone innovative rational development) by Bridgestone, or IMPACT (integrated manufacturing precision assembly cellular tech) by Goodyear.
El-Oudwan, nous apprend d'autre part que la poterie a toujours E[umlaut]tE[umlaut] un moulage fragile, comme la femme, avant de prendre l'aspect dur de la cE[umlaut]ramique.
"We'll fix them up with moulage and blood bags and everything, so that when the soldiers come through, what they see looks every bit as real as what they'll be dealing with in-country."
Six "casualties," with simulated injuries applied by two nurses from the forward surgical team using a moulage kit, were taken to the site and placed inside the wreckage.
* Injured civilian on the battlefield (COB) moulage kits: 3
These externally evaluated events are similar to a tactical external evaluation and include using simulated weapons, moulage kits, helicopter medical evacuation, and a commander's press conference at the community joint-information center using real and mock reporters.
Au cours de sa derniere mission, en 1965, ce futur professeur de l'Universite Laval proceda egalement au moulage de quelques-unes d'entre elles.