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welt

[welt]
(building construction)
In sheet-metal roofing, a seam consisting of two joined sheets of metal whose edges have been folded over each other and fastened down flat.
A strip of wood fastened over a flush seam or joint for added strength.
(engineering)
A strip that has been fastened to the edges of plates that form a butt joint in a steam boiler.

Welt

A seam in flat metal roof coverings where the edges are folded and dressed down; also called single and double welts, depending on the number of folds.

welt

1. In sheet-metal roofing, a seam which joins two sheets; formed by folding over the edges of the sheets, engaging the folded portions and then dressing them down flat.
2. A strip of wood fastened over a flush seam or joint, or an angle, to strengthen it.
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Therefore, in Turkey there is no such thing as a hostage problem," reported Die Welt.
Thomas Schmid, 68, will also remain publisher of the WELT Group until 30 June 2014.
The alleged base project includes the construction of a command-and-control center, watchtowers and bunkers in which warheads and rocket fuel can be stored, Die Welt reported.
Vorbild der Erfahrung ist nicht der unbeteiligte Zuschauer, welcher die Welt betrachtet, die ihm lediglich gegenubersteht, sondern der Mensch, welcher seiner Welt ausgesetzt ist als ihr Komplize.
With Bill Eisenstadt, an associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, leading the technical development, six seniors majoring in engineering developed what Welt calls a "sensor platform" that is capable of tracking and interpreting not only temperature but also humidity, the shock of a product being dropped, and other variables.
IRELAND'S individual dressage competitor Heike Holstein endured a nightmare day as she finally got to put her horse Welt Adel through its paces.
Grady Weaver of Sonoco says the Macpresse baler's reputation for higher-volume production as welt as its ability to be run without a dedicated baler operator intrigued the company.
The pellets hit one child in the arm and another in the chest, causing a little bit of redness and a slight welt, Deputy Eliott Uribe said.
It will also bar from the food supply injured or sick animals, as welt as the brains and spinal cords of older cattle.
den Menschen in die Welt / als in seinen Sitz / gestalt / unnd ihm / damit er nicht ein unfreundtlich Leben hette / zum Gehulffen und Gesellen ei Weib zu geben / und hat allen beyden eyngepflantzet eine sonderliche Krafft der Liebe / und eine naturliche Begierde Kinder zu zeugen.
Heiankyo had a population of about 175,000 in the year 1000, said Welt am Sonntag, the Sunday version of Die Welt.
And an ambitious young chief editor is breathing new life into the stodgily conservative Die Welt.