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crinkling

[′kriŋk·liŋ]
(materials)

wrinkling, crinkling, riveling

1. The distortion in a paint film appearing as ripples; may be produced intentionally as a decorative effect or may be a defect caused by drying conditions or an excessively thick film.
2. The crinkling of the surface skin of a sealant; affects its appearance, but usually not its sealing capability.
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The first mass-market 'thin' crinkle crisp brand has generated an impressive [pounds sterling]11.
The butterfly crinkles, squeaks and plays Twinkle Twinkle when you press his face and his wings make great little teethers.
Walkers launched Crinkles in April, insisting that the UK market for crinkle crisps has room for substantial growth.
A LOWER fat and salt option than most crisps and the crinkle cut and funky design means they still score really well with kids.
Heinz is continuing to invest in Aunt Bessie's with two new frozen potato products: Extra Crispy Roast Potatoes and Crinkle Cut Chips.
His doesn't reach the eyes, which normally crinkle at the corners for a genuine smile.
Instead, the manufacturer is kicking off a trial to exclusively supply Asda with a new crinkle cut range of crisps.
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The Crinkle Crunch and Crunch products get new packaging and a series of six-month limited editions, kicking off with Chocolate Fudge Crunch Creams.
If we're truly happy, our eyes crinkle in a particular way, revealing our deepest feelings for our partner.