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skiving

[′skīv·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
Removal of material in thin layers or chips with a high degree of shear or slippage of the cutting tool.
A machining operation in which the cut is made with a form tool with its face at an angle allowing the cutting edge to progress from one end of the work to the other as the tool feeds tangentially past ten rotating workpieces.
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1, a), the asymmetry in the radial location of the two cutting parts, caused by either inaccuracy with defining or purposefully set to balance two particular passages, leads to differences in depths of skiving.
Skiving is easiest to apply to new, straight-walled empties, but don't let that deter you from skiving shells that have already been fired once.
A third of the women who admitted to skiving in order to shop said they'd shopped online to ensure they weren't rumbled.
Either that or they're ringing in sick, and the day they come back they recount how terrible they felt when they were ill just so you think they weren't skiving.
Angel Cabrera (US Open champion), Ernie Els (Match Play champion), Lee Westwood (British Masters champion), Charl Schwartzel (Spanish Open champion) are all skiving off to the EUR4m Barclays Singapore Open on the Asian Tour.
An employee skiving is a serious offence and an employer can legitimately take action that would normally include a disciplinary warning or even dismissal.
Website skiving is costing small businesses in the West Midlands thousands of pounds a year, according to a recent study by security specialist firm Cyber Protect.
Richard Smith, employment expert at Croner, said: "Working late, long and hard is ingrained in our culture and taking time off for having a cold can be viewed as a weakness, or even skiving.
The UDA proves again that skiving school to throw stones at Catholics and set fire to cats won't do anything for your mental ability.
Young people in the 16-34 age group admitted skiving far more often than older workers, says a new survey.
This skiver is said to be the first that can utilize two winders and a slitter for skiving film rolls of two different widths simultaneously.
According to tire experts, the skiving process renders the tires unsafe and more likely to blowout in use.