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1. In a suspended acoustical ceiling, a groove cut into the edges of an acoustical tile to receive splines or supporting members of the ceiling suspension system.
2. A slot or cut made in a material such as wood or metal.
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11) ABS Education and Training Experience CURF, catalogue number 6278.
For 26% of foods, the recipes supplied with the CURF were used to determine the amounts of added and natural sugars.
The CURF, by definition, collapses many interval- and ratio- level variables into categorical level variables to prevent identification of survey respondents.
In 2004 the data was made available as a CURF from the ABS.