crude material

crude material

[′krüd me‚tir·ē·əl]
(industrial engineering)
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Although YouTube doesn't permit pornographic videos or most other clips containing nudity, a wide range of salacious, violent and crude material is available on the site.
In the electrospinning method, a polymer, dissolved with solvent is used as the crude material for fiber forming and the polymer level of the crude material is around 20%, therefore, the materials, spun to be fiber, would be around 20%, because about 80% of the residue are solvent and vaporizable.
These units have been closed down permanently due to load shedding, increase in the prices of crude material and decline in demand.
If you cut out the swearing and crude material you actually get a higher standard of comedy.
If you cut out out the swearing and crude material you actually get a higher standard of comedy.
The 11 charts summarize special and general trade of food, crude material, mineral fuels, vegetable oils, chemicals, manufactured goods, and machinery exported to another African country.
Occasionally we are presented with a kind of crude material determinism, as when the supposed growth of affection in marriage is explained by 'material conditions,' that is, in the "increasing conveniences and comforts of domestic life, which brought people together in their own living rooms.
Costs of liquefied gas were impacted by oil prices, since oil was the crude material, and also because of the volatility in the Middle East and North Africa region.
Twenty-two months into the expansion, crude material and intermediate material prices are now declining slightly (down 0.
The only cause for concern in the latest producer price report centers on some broad-based crude material price increases outside the food and energy sectors.
When considering about future food shortage, we must pay much attention for unused crude material.
New agreements with EVRAZ guarantee long-term monetization of crude materials produced by Rosneft subsidiaries.