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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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Teesside fish and chip shop owner Alan Jackson, 53, of Small Fry, on Westmorland Road, Redcar, was determined to recreate the legendary crinkle cut chips so popular 50 years ago.
The visual evaluation of the samples was performed after the crinkle resistance test.
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