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striation

 [stri-a´shun]
1. the quality of being streaked.
2. a streak or scratch, or a series of streaks.

stri·a·tion

(strī-ā'shŭn),
1. Synonym(s): stria (1)
2. A striate appearance.
3. The act of streaking or making striae.

striation

/stri·a·tion/ (stri-a´shun)
1. the quality of being marked by stripes or striae.
2. a streak or scratch, or a series of streaks.

stri·a·tion

(strī-ā'shŭn)
1. Synonym(s): stria (1) .
2. A striate appearance.
3. The act of streaking or making striae.

striation

1. the quality of being streaked.
2. a streak or scratch, or a series of streaks.
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Near the notch, a characteristic of the fractured surface is the formation of compact "fish bone" striations perpendicular to the direction of crack propagation (as shown in Fig.
Firearms often leave unique microscopic striation marks on fired bullets.
2) The second model describing striation formations on the laser cut surfaces was introduced by Arata, Miyamoto and Maruo and is generally more established.
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Further, the initial abrasive wheel used for scarf-grinding tends to leave striations that could lead to the development of cracks.
It is important to note that, despite its "continuous variation," jazz begins in or develops out of striation, out of the common melody upon which it improvises.
But unlike cross-striated muscle, the angle of striation with respect to the filament axis increases with contraction while the amount of stagger between adjacent sarcomeres decreases.
A companion paper, "Tire Mark Striations: Sensitivity and Uncertainty Analysis", focuses on the practical use of striation evidence for accident reconstruction purposes [2].
Let it unfurl in its time, exposing each striation.