Crawling


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crawling

[′krȯl·iŋ]
(materials)
Separation and contraction of the glaze on the surface of a ceramic object during drying or firing so that unglazed areas result.
In a film of wet paint, redistribution of the paint so that it is no longer evenly spread, usually due to imperfect bonding of the paint with the surface.

Crawling

In painting, a defect that appears during the painting process, where the film breaks, separates, or raises, as a result of applying the paint over a slick or glossy surface.

crawling

1. A defect in porcelain enamel, appearing as agglomerates or irregularly shaped “islands.”
2. A parting and contraction of the glaze on the surface of ceramic ware during drying or firing, resulting in unglazed areas bordered by coalesced glaze.
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Data for snails crawling on a vertical surface were collected between September and November, 2014; data for snails crawling on a horizontal surface were collected between March and May, 2015.
Each subject was measured 5 complete cycles of swimming to crawling and crawl tube with and without speed 40BMP.
Crawling can be a complicated process, though, so it will take some time to develop a feel for the ins and outs of all the available parameters.
Indexing: The proposed search engine's index is maintained by crawling the given URL, extract all links from it, save them in database with specific information and keyword.
Among other things, the course looks at what makes the men resort to kerb crawling in the first place, points out that they could be added to the sex offenders' register as relations with a sex worker under the age of 18 is illegal and makes them think about the impact of their actions on the local community.
Web search engines usually gain their documents from some crawling systems.
Last year, he and a colleague made a mathematical model of a snail crawling on mucus.
In fact, in a crawling band, the announced target is to maintain the exchange rate inside a band during each period:
The former is made possible through new work in focused crawling and the latter through innovations in automated classification (which include the assignment of Library of Congress Subject Headings [LCSH] and Library of Congress Classifications [LCC] ).
It further explains that Velocity lets enterprise customers customize their crawling instead of "re-customizing" their content to fit the arbitrary requirements of other search solutions.
TWO families were shocked to discover that packets of raisins they'd given to their children were crawling with MAGGOTS.
He tried again, this time crawling, but was again driven back.