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crease

1. Cricket any three lines near each wicket marking positions for the bowler or batsman
2. Ice hockey the small rectangular area in front of each goal cage
3. Lacrosse the circular area surrounding the goal
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Some have reasoned that this is an embryonic "fault" line explaining the early onset of some nasal lines and creases or a point of inherent weakness for acquired changes (Fig 2).
Learn basic tips for general pressing, how to press a cotton shirt and how to add creases to trousers like a pro.
Pad-dry-cure is the conventional procedure for imparting durable crease recovery properties to the cotton fabrics.
However, if the noise is coming from uncreased flat sheet metal installed between two floor joists, you can crease it yourself.
Origami crease patterns for Eupatorus gracilicornis, opus 476 (above).
To further set the record straight, we called and talked to the chief of the Air Force Uniform and Recognition Programs Branch to ask about the creases.
High quality jersey fabric is also crease-resistant and any creases in the fabric will simply drop out once it's hung-up.
Occasionally, the two top creases of the hand come together and form one crease.
Circumoral scars may be cosmetically acceptable because they are located in the nasolabial and mental creases.
They were also aware that a sister company in Redditch had solved the problem by the installation of an infra-red oven, which provides crease removal without any danger of burning the fabric, which can sometimes happen when hot air ovens are used for this application.
6 From the end of the head measure about 2 inches and, while keeping the paper folded, cut diagonal slits from the top fold to the creases where the sides were folded in.
For most of us, the palm of the hand usually has two long creases, one above the other.