guilloche

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guilloche

An ornament in the form of two or more bands that are twisted together in a continuous series, leaving circular openings that are filled with round ornaments.
See also: Molding
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guilloche

guilloche
An ornament formed by two or more bands twisted over each other in a continuous series, leaving circular openings which are often filled with round ornaments.
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This was important to us at Dri-Print because engine turning is an intermittent process and for foil manufacturing we needed a continuous process, which this was.
Given our position on the flight deck and my desire to maintain radio communication with tower, I chose to leave the right engine turning and to fire the halon bottle for the left engine.
Soon, I found myself under the hood and in a hold at about 4500 feet msl, with the left engine turning and the right one simulating zero thrust.
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Mat Wrack said: "Imagine a fire engine turning up at a fire.