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splice

the wedge-shaped end of a cricket-bat handle or similar instrument that fits into the blade

Splice

To connect, unite, or join two similar members, wires, columns or pieces; usually in a straight line, by fastening the lapped ends with mechanical end-connectors, or by welding.

butt splice

A butt joint, which is further secured by nailing a piece of wood to each side of a butt joint.

lap splice

A splice made by placing one piece on top of another and fastening them together with pins, nails, screws, bolts, rivets, or similar devices.

splice

[splīs]
(electricity)
A joint used to connect two lengths of conductor with good mechanical strength and good conductivity.
(engineering)
To unite two parts, such as rope or wire, to form a continuous length.
(graphic arts)
To join two pieces of film together.

splice

To connect, unite, or join two similar members, columns, pieces, wires, etc., usually in a straight line, by fastening lapped ends by means of mechanical end connectors, by welding, etc.

splice

To permanently fasten two string-like objects together such as copper wires, optical fibers or magnetic tape. See mechanical splice and fusion splice.
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Several researches have been conducted to determine whether species differ in terms of their splice sites.
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The new analysis, slated for an upcoming Proceedings of the Royal Society of London A, can yield precise predictions about how different types of splices behave, Leech says.
Belts made of thermoset materials--including rubber, neoprene, Buna-N and some urethanes, which don't flow under heat--usually are made endless with a "step splice," in which both belt ends are cut into steps at complementary angles, typically diagonal to the belt length, which overlay each other when the belt ends are drawn together.
These could be in the form of glued splice or scarf joints.
Students then splice it and put it back into organism or cells, and that's what the students are doing this week in the lab.
The original splice is still running after three years," Rogers says, noting that splice-related parts damage has been eliminated.
The difference in the splice efficiency was immediately apparent," said Kay, who noted a 99.
Recently, the lab identified thousands of cryptic splice sites that are bound by the spliceosome, but do not lead to active splicing in the adult brain.
CTC International has introduced its Power Splice Automatic Butt Splicer.
Featuring a 2 mil clear polyester film carrier coated with a high-tack adhesive on one side, and a lower-tack adhesive on the other side, ARclad 92719 is well-suited for bonding films such as polyethylene, polypropylene and polyester in core starts and flying splice applications.