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deckle

[′dek·əl]
(engineering)
A detachable wood frame fitted around the edges of a papermaking mold.
(materials)
In paper manufacturing, the width of the wet sheet as it comes off the wire of a paper machine.

deckle

/dek'l/ (From "dec-" and "nibble"; the original spelling seems to have been "decle") Two nickles; 10 bits. Reported among developers for Mattel's GI 1600 (the Intellivision games processor), a chip with 16-bit wide RAM but 10-bit wide ROM.
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Although denial may successfully mitigate anxiety and depression when used selectively and during initial phases of adaptation, its long-term impact is often considered maladaptive and life threatening (Krantz & Deckel, 1983; Meyerowitz, 1983).
Deckel (17) asserted that the frontal lobe deficits often seen in patients with CO exposure may be caused indirectly by disruption in the functioning of the basal ganglia as well as the white-matter tissue that connects the frontal lobes with other brain areas.
In den Deckel war eine ovale Miniaturmalerei auf Porzellan eingelassen.
Learning to float both on one's stomach and back is important, along with learning transitions between the two, says Lonnie Deckel, owner of Beverlywood Swim School in West Los Angeles, California.
Sculpts artwork by either deckel duplicating or pantographing, or 3-D electrodes for EDM.
In 1987, the company negotiated a marketing agreement with Deckel AG of West Germany to market and service most of Deckel's machine-tool products in the United States.
The experiments were carried out on a CNC milling machine "DECKEL MAHO DMU-35M" 1 with a "Sinumerik 810D/840D" controller and "ShopMill" software using tungsten carbide fluteless drills with diameters of 5.4 mm and 7.3 mm.
Die Gefasstypen werden nach Terrine, Doppelkonus, Amphore, Eitopf, Schalen, Becher, Pokale, Siebgefasse, Teller, Kruge und Deckel kategorisiert.
Die internationale Klimapolitik sollte daher andere Formen der Verpflichtung sondieren, um Staaten zu wirksamem Klimaschutz zu motivieren: Statt Befurchtungen auszulosen ("Deckel auf die Entwicklung"), sollten Massnahmen das nationale Interesse und die Kernkompetenz von Regierungen berucksichtigen: die Umsetzung von Politiken.