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clad

Said of a surface that is surface sheathed.
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The sex of the two male characters was briefly indicated to every judicious spectator, by their shorter robes, and by the cap which they wore on their heads; while the two female characters, less briefly clad, were covered with hoods.
Presently the castle gates opened wide and a great array of men-at-arms came forth with noise and clatter, the Sheriff, all clad in shining mail of linked chain, riding at their head.
Another piece called to her mind a dainty young woman clad in an Empire gown, taking mincing dancing steps as she came down a long avenue between tall hedges.
In front of them all came a wooden castle drawn by four wild men, all clad in ivy and hemp stained green, and looking so natural that they nearly terrified Sancho.
Little John and Much the miller's son were out together on a foraging expedition when they espied the same young man; at least, they thought it must be he, for he was clad in scarlet and carried a harp in his hand.
Already were the guests beginning to assemble, when the Bishop, back in the vestry, saw a minstrel clad in green walk up boldly to the door and peer within.
The inhabitants, too, appeared to be better clad than usual.
The technology addresses the large and increasing demand-supply gap for corrosion resistant alloy (CRA) clad pipes in general, and more importantly, it addresses the huge demand for large-diameter and thick-walled CRA clad pipes, which are extremely difficult to manufacture, inspect, reel, and install using existing technologies.
Engineered to meet the highest quality standards, Loom Clad not only upgrades your exteriors with stylish finishes and protects against rigors of weather, but also acts as an active insulator.
Keywords Gas tungsten arc welding, Wear resistance, Ti-6A1-4V, Tungsten boride (WB) clad layer
Single clad experiments were performed with contionous increase of scanning speed from 3 to 9 mm/s and maintaining the power and the feed rate at 7g/min and 10g/min.
For high-alloyed steels and alloys, inclined to segregation, thickness of a clad layer is determined, on one hand, by technical possibilities of existing equipment for ESR and, on the other hand, by critical size of circumferential section of the metal cladding layer, in case of exceeding of which undesirable segregation processes develop in the metal.