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moulage

[mü′läzh]
(graphic arts)
The technique of making a mold.
A material used to make molds; it is extremely delicate and can be used on human hair or skin, or on antiques or other objects that are too fragile to be molded in rubber, gelatin, or plaster; it is applied warm with brushes or palette knives and can be reused.
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The perks are unique and interesting: Backers who contribute are able to purchase their very own moulage creation, design a scenario to be brought to life in training, or even play a hands-on part in the training.
We develop all the injuries, apply them all to the [first-year students] and send them out to the fourth-year medical students," said Patti Taylor, senior research coordinator at USUHS and moulage artist.
Mise a part l'utilisation museale de ce bloc, les moulages realises par Saladin d'Anglure ont aussi servi dans le cadre d'expositions.
Medical Delivery Team has a possible requirement for the supply of Casualty Simulation, Moulage Wounds, Anatomical Charts and Models for use in clinical skills education and training.
Some simulations require moulage for wounds or make-up application to suggest an older appearance; the theater students can bring experience in makeup application.
Verron, "Contribution experimenta1e et numerique au procedes de moulage par soufflage et thermoformage" (in French), Thesis, ECN (1997).
Peter Bischoff, <<D'un atelier de moulage a un autre: les migrations des mouleurs originaires des Forges du Saint-Maurice et la segmentation du marche du travail nord-americain, 1851-1884,>> Labour/Le Travail, 40 (Fall 1997), 21-73.
A partir de 1967, J'ai passe deux ans et quelques mois avec le professeur Thami Dad a etudier le modelage, le moulage et la taille directe sur pierre et sur bois, ensuite la soudure et le dessin avec le professeur Abdallah Fakhar.
Disaster City will include: * A bus accident scenario scene * Transportation and support vehicle area Treatment and rehab area * Disaster response training, simulation and moulage * Command vehicle/trailer area * Incident command vests, gear, flags, cones and lights * Communications and command * Scene lighting and power generators and other disaster response equipment
In addition, moulage, or artificial body fluids, was added to simulate blood, urinary output, and wound drainage.
A group of trainees perform self-aid buddy care on a moulage dummy after a simulated mortar attack exercise at the BEAST or Basic Expeditionary Airman Skills Training center.
The cadre use moulage kits to simulate the wounds suffered by the IED.