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reeding

[′rēd·iŋ]
(engineering)
Corrugating or serrating, as in coining or embossing.

reeding

reeding
An ornament of adjacent, parallel, protruding, half-round moldings (reeds); the reverse of fluting. Also see cabling.
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The ridges on the sides of coins are called milling or reeding.
Contact Jeremy Reeding, (503) 845-9911, or Bill Bischoff, (503) 845-6644.
CLUBBING IT: (Above, from left) Cat Conder, Lucy Dean, Jen Nicholson, Mairi Gomson, Sam Nanda and Cathy Bishop, and (right, from left) Katie Mitchell, Peter Piper and Becks Nicholls, and (below, from left) Mike Flannery, Jodie McVittie, Suzanne Cousens, Dave Cousens and John Reeding enjoy the atmosphere at Sugar in Leamington
Reeding the situation, Ken acted quickly: ``I ordered a rapid mineral water - made my excuses and left to the the sounds of Yesterday - spooky or what.
Wade Miller 25, Roy Oswalt solo 23 y Tim Reeding, con cara de viejo y todo, solo tiene 24.
The influence of French silversmiths is evident in the gadrooning and reeding of the different porcelain bodies which were often decorated in colour with the popular Japanese images of the day.
Mark Reeding, TV3's director of regulatory and legal affairs, tells Variety that the channel is calling for public service broadcasting to be better defined, and restricted to a few sectors -- of which news and minority-language programming are uncontested.
Grain yield is the primary trait of interest in maize reeding programs, but evaluation and improvement are complicated by complex plant biology, environmental interactions, and low heritability.
PHOTO Monarch butterflies are threatened by a loss of their winter b reeding habitats.
If any turKeys are reeding this get yourselfS down to Peter's Poultry Farm.
REEDING experts call for bad mares to be culled and purists sniff at regional racing, claiming it devalues the otherwise excellent fare on offer in Britain.