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malleable

[′mal·yə·bəl]
(metallurgy)
Capable of undergoing plastic deformation without rupture; a property characteristic of metals.
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The feature was looking at some of the ways that social clubs such as The Malleable have opened themselves up to new opportunities and the ways in which the clubs are utilised by the local community.
For the first time we have succeeded in producing a material which, while in service, can switch back and forth between a state of strong and brittle behavior and one of soft and malleable," Weibmuller said.
Here one might note an indebtedness to Francis Bacon's flayed subjects; there a self-conscious nod to Hans Bellmer's fetishistic dolls, or Hannah Hoch's riotous collages, or Egon Schiele's raw draftsmanship, or Cindy Sherman's constructions of malleable identities.
The jet-black bob, the malleable face, the economy of movement, her unique choice of costume accessories (aided by costume designer Susan Hilferty) - the performer can easily hold an empty stage.
Ando is clearly very proud of this small new building, signing his business card with a well-rehearsed sketch of its distinctive silhouette, proving perhaps that the most solid established architectural heavyweight has the ability to demonstrate a lighter, more malleable, response to the city.
However, he maintains that malleable solids could also provide suitable ionic environments "that folks at IBM would be happy with.
Our results indicate that the neural systems for reading are malleable and highly responsive to effective reading instruction," says Dr.
A CZECH company found to have broken promises not to dump cut-priced malleable cast iron tube or pipe fittings on the European Union (EU) market should have its exemption from existing 26.
An ear dressing that features these characteristic--the malleable ear dressing--is expected to become commercially available soon In this article, the author describes his use of this dressing in 48 patients and reviews the results of follow-up questioning of 20 of these patients.
All argue in favor of what Naomi Miller calls "the malleable boundaries of.
Reinhardt, however, considers the Constitution to be malleable, something to be bent to suit the moment.