thurm

thurm

[thərm]
(engineering)
To work wood across the grain with a saw and chisel in order to produce an effect similar to turning the piece on a lathe.

thurm

To work moldings, or the like, across the grain of the wood with a saw and chisel, producing an effect similar to turning on a lathe.
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Glenn Wall, 35, has been locked up for two years after being convicted of causing the death of 25-year-old Helena Thurm by dangerous driving.
Diversos autores han investigado la manera en la cual el estres que se genera dentro de la familia afecta directamente el estado emocional y la conducta de los ninos y adolescentes (Grant, Compas, Stuhlmacher, Thurm, McMahon y Halpert, 2003; Montiel-Nava, Montiel-Barbero y Pena, 2005; Rea y Rossman, 2005).
Stress has been defined as "environmental events or chronic conditions that objectively threaten the physical and/or psychological health and well-being of individuals of a particular age in a particular society (Grant, Compas, Stuhlmacher, Thurm, McMahon, & Halpert, 2003, p.
Their outside shots were taken by snapper Chris Gray and the inside photographs were taken by Adrian Thurm of Pumpkin Pictures in SimpLEE Studio on the Team Valley.
Short entertained the crowd with lively songs, video clips from his popular Saturday Night Live sketches, and humorous skits featuring some of his most memorable characters, Nathan Thurm, Jiminy Glick, and Franck.
Sharek PJ, Horbar JD, Mason W, Bisarya H, Thurm CW, Suresh G, Gray JE, Edwards WH, Goldmann D, Classen D.
This consists of a central kinocilium (or cnidocil) surrounded by an array of actin-rich stereovilli (Goltz and Thurm, 1991).
Joseph, Soorya, and Thurm give readers a straight-forward comprehensive guide to the effective diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorder.
The association will launch a toll-free phone line, called the PIWA Hotline, at (844) FOR PIWA or (844) 367-7492, by which members will receive free general guidance from renowned insurance law expert Milton Thurm, Esq.
Douglas Belkin and Scott Thurm, "Deans List: Hiring Spree Fattens College Bureaucracy--and Tuition," Wall Street journal, December 28, 2012.