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perforate

(pĕr′fō-rāt) [L. perforatus, pierced with holes]
1. To puncture or to make holes.
2. Pierced with holes.

perforate

(of e.g. corals) possessing pores.
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As the shortest perforating gun on the market (7.5-inches), the H-2 system allows more than double the number of guns per run compared to conventional perforating systems.
Most incompetent calf perforating veins are found in association with superficial venous reflux.
Under this deal, Schlumberger will take ownership of Weatherford's US pressure pumping and pump-down perforating related facilities and supplier and customer contracts.
Additionally, approximately 100 Weatherford employees associated with the pressure pumping and pump-down perforating businesses will transfer to Schlumberger.
The perforating dermatoses are a diverse group of diseases that include four types: elastosis perforans serpiginosum, Kyrle disease, perforating folliculitis, and reactive perforating collagenosis (RPC).
The absence of the ATA and PTA was seen on enhanced 3D-CT imaging (Figure 3(a)), with an associated pseudoaneurysm in continuity with the perforating peroneal artery at the level of the anterolateral ankle joint (Figure 3(b)) and with dimensions of 15 x 20 x 30 mm (Figures 3(c) and 3(d)).
Perforating dermatoses result from the extrusion of dermal substances through epidermal channels without any alteration of nearby histologic structures.
Adding the Line of Burckhardt perforating machinery adds additional value to Teknoweb's current product and service offerings.
Clondalkin NYCO Flexible Packaging has further expanded its shrink sleeve capabilities by investing in new sleeve perforating technologies.
Kyrle's disease is a rare variant of primary perforating dermatosis .We reported a case of Kyrle's disease involving the site of healed herpes zoster.
Perforating of foams usually results in solid surfaces with damaged and conductive material.
Perforating film by laser on high speed webs can risk inaccurate or incomplete perforation, with the temptation to reduce running speed to compensate.

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