Most of the magnesium alloys have low cold ductility, so there is a significant hardening of the worn
surface even using lower loads .
However, educated women in particular often dress in a hybrid style of a modem long dress (like the maxi skirt sometimes worn
in the West) and hijab, which signals a more cosmopolitan respectability, rather like the Gulf-style jallabia does for men.
In other countries, the Kebaya is worn
with batik or other traditional knitted garment such as a songket with a colorful motif.
Whereas knee braces used to be worn
by players who were protecting a previous injury (envision Joe Namath and his gimpy, surgically repaired knees hobbling in archaic, bulky braces), today's athletes are wearing modern, streamlined-versions as a preventative measure.
The set of hammers should be changed when they have worn
to the point that production falls or when the hammers are worn
unevenly and the rotor becomes unbalanced.
Eventually, all the clothes worn
by presiders were the hand-me-downs of their predecessors.
Therefore, if the opening is worn
back by as little as 1/4 in.
A man in the same study rejects a thoroughly laundered sweater once worn
by a hepatitis victim.
Off-highway riding apparel manufacturers make protective gear that is designed to be worn
in hot weather and still provides the rider the protection they need, while keeping the body temperature cool to avoid fatigue and dehydration.
Teri Hatcher may have worn
a navy blue empire-waist strapless gown by J.
We rotate some of them that are not quite worn
to the outside and put new ones in the main course," he says.
Costumes for groups are inexpensive and disposable, although they can be worn
two, three, or more times if carefully tended.