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internal

1. Politics of or involving a nation's domestic as opposed to foreign affairs
2. Education denoting assessment by examiners who are employed at the candidate's place of study
3. situated within, affecting, or relating to the inside of the body
4. a medical examination of the vagina, uterus, or rectum
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The stresses in different edges of the internal layer could also be different due to a different amount of reinforcement in the external layers.
Extended brown coloration in the internal layer of the valves has been observed in P.
Eqs (2), (3) and (4) used for double-and triple-layered elements are valid only for the internal layer.
Currently, blends can be produced with existing chaotic mixers that consist entirely of thin internal layers or phase continuous structures for polymer combinations where viscosity ratio and interfacial tension are not conducive to breakup.
Unless there is a significant amount of copper on internal layers to help hold the form, pre-forming may not be an option.
An AOI machine is particularly vital for inspecting a board's internal layers and making sure there is sufficient clearance in the internal traces.
A much less dangerous failure of weak snow layers happens on flat terrain, when the frail internal layers suddenly give way, allowing overlying layers to collapse.
Classes 1 and 2 permit some missing annular ring on internal layers, expressed as "breakout angle.
To help spread the current I recommend that the full external pad size be used for all internal layers and that an array of vias which go through the pad stack be used.
By "description," he means the chemical features of the surface and internal layers.
Displayed for several years in Nigeria's prestigious Kaduna Museum, one side is Museum cut to display the internal layers and another side has been left natural with a black flanked crust to show the fusion (actual burning and melting) of the rock as it passed at high speeds through the atmosphere while falling to earth.

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