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dimpling

[′dim·pliŋ]
(engineering)
Forming a conical depression in a metal surface in order to countersink a rivet head.
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Both Mulayam and Dimple are contesting Mainpuri and Kannauj seats in their bid to hold the Yadav suzerainty, so important for their own futures.
The people behind DIMPLE make up one of the 29 teams shortlisted for the final of the Blueprint Awards, which aims to promote and celebrate the innovation that goes on at universities, while giving it a bit of an entrepreneurial spark.
Meanwhile it seems Cheryl may have a big reason to smile and show those dimples off to the max as according to reports, romance is in the air for the X Factor judge and her Dancing with the Stars friend Derek Hough.
Those little dimples will hold pockets of lubricant.
The simulation results showed the dimples that were eventually to prove so important in explaining the experiments," Uebbing said.
It was observed that the part consistently had a dimple of approximately 20 mm diameter when cured for 50 seconds at the 190 [degrees] C temperature.
Take our three-dimensional model with the center dimple raised up and make a change.
A moist- eyed Dimple recited the popular dialogue from Khanna's last advertisement, which the actor did for a fan brand: " Babu moshai, mere fans mujhse koi nahi chheen sakta".
The alleged live-in partner of Bollywood's first superstar claimed that Dimple and her daughter Twinkle has forcibly taken thumb impressions of the late actor on legal papers.
Interestingly India's ruling Congress party announced its decision not to field any candidate against Dimple as a proof of growing bonhomie between the two parties.
Dimple is an accomplished observer, and she uses this skill while taking photographs, an essential part of being herself.
The reading leaves a slight dimple on the mold surface, and a slightly raised round spot on the casting.