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clamshell

clamshell, 2
clamshell, 1
1. A wood molding, the profile of which resembles that of a clamshell.
2. A bucket used on a crane or derrick for handling granular

clamshell

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clamshell
i. A nose or a tail of an aircraft in two halves attached to the fuselage either at the top and bottom or on two sides. This is to enable easy loading and off-loading.
ii. A cockpit canopy hinged either at the rear or the front of the cockpit.
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two of them since 1999, to ultrasonically weld over two-million PVC clamshell packages annually.
The clamshell has a secure 360[degrees] seal with Placon's patented retaining snap feature on the inside of the lid, holding the graphic card securely in place.
Stock clamshells offer security, display, snap closure, as well as an economical custom look.
The proposed Path to Clamshell Pond has been percolating for a couple of years.
This approach makes it faster and more cost effective for customers to deploy a robotic solution for case packing clamshells.
Samsung has introduced a clamshell version of Soul, continuing its leadership in clamshell form factor as well as sliders.
The study showed that clamshell packaging consisting of 100 per cent rPET emitted 62.
When the clamshell is closed the hang-tab pops up out of the hinge area and the container is ready for hanging," explain officials at the Shelton, Conn.
However, the clamshell section of the bucket can be opened and closed over material to fill the bucket, a feature especially useful for clean-up work.
Its LCD screen pivots to convert from a clamshell to a tablet configuration.
The Clamshell cover and foam core are each available as replacement parts to replace worn-out mattress components.