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drill

 [dril]
instruction by repetition. a device for cutting a hole or shaping something.
bladder drill a technique of bladder training in which the patient is instructed to postpone voiding for an hour and a half, regardless of urgency or interim incontinence. The time interval between voiding episodes is increased in half-hour increments to a goal of two and a half to three hours.

drill

(dril),
1. To make a hole in bone or other hard substance.
2. An instrument for making or enlarging a hole in bone or in a tooth.
[Middle Dutch drillen, to bore]

drill

(drĭl)
n.
a. An implement with cutting edges or a pointed end for boring holes in hard materials, usually by a rotating abrasion or repeated blows; a bit.
b. The hand-operated or hand-powered holder for this implement.
c. A loud, harsh noise made by or as if by a powered tool of this kind.
v. drilled, drilling, drills

drill′er n.

drill

(dril)
1. To make a hole in bone or other hard substance.
2. An instrument for making or enlarging a hole in bone or in a tooth.

Patient discussion about drill

Q. What do you do when one gets an Asthma attack? like what is the drill and what steps i need to do in order to help him ?

A. First thing to do before you have an attack is to find out what your triggers are like smoke,cats,dogs,food,dust--get yourself a pulmonary dr.He will take test to find out what is causing your attacks-also drugs an alcohol can have effect on asthma--if you already have this, try your inhalor first,if it is not helping go to the emergency room at your hosp--mrfoot56.

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For example, those in drilling test using the twist drill corresponding to number 7 in Table 1 are shown in Figures 2 and 3.
At 600 rpm, the delamination is low while using Carbide tool and HSS twist drill compared with HSS end mill at feed rate of 0.1 mm/rev from Figure 11.
Minnesota Twist Drill, established in 1966 and once part of Omark, makes high-speed-steel twist drills for wood and soft-metal applications, marketing them mostly through private branding for commercial and industrial markets and DIYers.
The problem of excessive pressure and thrust requirements is exacerbated by the fact that twist drills usually have only two cutting edges that have to bear the entire workload.
The twist drill has a center point, which is not really a point at all.
To those who are familiar only with conventional twist drills, the first and most striking feature of a gundrill is the shape and location of the cutting edge of the tool.
diameter shank to chuck on for durability and mounts on HSS Fast Spiral Twist Drills, which allow faster chip clearance.
introduces a revolutionary concept in twist drills that will increase productivity and not drill price.
Using common twist drills in a horizontal CNC drill and a 4-station punching machine to accomplish the holemaking tasks, the shop employed flood coolant for the drill and spot lubrication/coolant for the punching operation.
Products described in the catalog include new Spirec micro drills, solid carbide drill reamers, solid carbide twist drills, and high performance carbide twist drills.
will be introducing a revolutionary concept in twist drills that will increase productivity and not drill price.