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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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This number is the distance from the shoulder to the center of the gas port or rear gas block dimple.
She continued, "Others dismissed the connection between the dimple piercing & genital cutting & felt it necessary to attempt to explain why they cut their child.
In Dimple and Rishi's case, the two have more in common than they realize: Just as Dimple always feels like she's not good enough for her parents, Rishi feels distant from his own.
The only signifcant finding was a 2-mm circular dimple on the lateral aspect of his proximal right leg.
Dimple has supported her petition with a will of Khanna, which Advani claims is forged by the family with a forced thumb impression of the actor in his incapacitated days.
Rinke and her mother Dimple Kapadia are by his side and taking care of him," said Ashwin.
Apparently, it was turned enough at the end against resistance, as felt at the hole's bottom, to very slightly dimple the bore on the last barrel.
This dimple design allows the use of API only, virtually eliminating the need for lactose or complex powder formulations.
Summary: Cheryl Cole's dimples have apparently led to an increase in 'Dimple Jobs' requests
Nickname and reason for it: Davo - due to Davies and Dolly Dimple because I have a dimple in my chin
A baby's sacral dimple is usually benign, but in rare cases, a sacral dimple signals a serious spinal anomaly, Dr.
Dimple Lala is the confused, almost- 17-year-old daughter of Indian parents living in the 'burbs of New Jersey.