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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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Cellulaze is the first of its kind to approach the very causes of cellulite, reducing the skin dimpling and increasing the elasticity and thickness of the skin at one year.
But the dimpling was created by chance, as golfers found that old battered balls travelled further than new ones.
13] These indicators include a submucosal defect of the hard palate, a short or thin velum, anterior dimpling of the velum, midline translucency of the velum, poor velar elevation, and the presence of a bifid uvula.
It is manufactured using advanced dual dimple technology, a technique that imparts an imposed dimpling on individual filter pleats using spun-bonded polyester media.
The cartridge is manufactured using "Advanced Dual Dimple" technology, which imparts dual (opposed) dimpling on individual filter pleats using spunbonded polyester media.
flat profiles without surface dimpling, which wouldn't be possible with chemical blowing agents, Trexel says.
Our tester found that Clarins Bodylife 2000 evened out orange peel dimpling on her thighs, and left her skin feeling firmer and looking much smoother.