intermesh


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intermesh

[¦in·tər¦mesh]
(engineering)
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From standing position, opponents intermesh all 10 fingers and, at signal, see who can bend the other's fingers back and force him to his knees.
The boundaries they emphasize are primarily real or notional, formed or imposed by, or arising from geographical considerations, gender implications, and aspects of jurisdiction; recognizing that they often intermesh.
Deep flight channels and tight intermesh clearances between the conical screws make the mixing of material more efficient while reducing shear forces.
Our solutions are SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) based, a new protocol for VoIP communications and Telephony which offers partners unprecedented power and flexibility to intermesh communications with application based intelligence and build very distinguishable solutions with unique combinations of features and services.
It involved simultaneous molding of three oddly shaped gears--one triangle, one square, and one oval--of DuPont's Delrin acetal and assembling them precisely with snap fits on a base plate so the three gears would intermesh smoothly.