Incise


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Incise

To cut a shallow mark into a material.

incise

1. To decorate by cutting or indenting a surface, as ceramic ware.
2. To perforate the surface of timbers, poles, posts, etc., to increase penetration of wood preservatives.
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For additional safety, many 3M drapes are treated with the 3M[TM] Ioban[TM] 2 Antimicrobial Incise Film, which provides continuous, broad-spectrum, antimicrobial activity that is impregnated in the drape adhesive where it can't be washed away.
The drapes are also equipped with high quality surgical tapes and incise films and have Velcrostyle lineholders on all of the Proxima key sheets to better placate fines and tubing.
A narrow tooth angle makes teeth sharper, and easier for them to incise wood, but at the same time makes them weaker and more susceptible to breakage.
Mr Corbett added: "The kilndried fence posts pass down the line through Excalibur which incises them and they go into a vacuum autoclave so that the preservative is forced deep into the timber at high pressure through the slits.
Boulez: Sur Incises; Messagesquisse; Anthemes 2 Jean-Guihen Queyras, cello/Hae-Sun Kang, violin/ Ensemble Interconemporain/Pierre Boulez (Deutsche Grammophon 289 463 475-2)
The current carrying capacity is 50 A, providing transients (slew rates) as high as 400 A/[micro]s with a minimal required hoard area of only 0.11 square incises. PowerDirect technology combines a high performance coaxial interconnect with an optimal FCB layout pattern to provide a cost-effective solution for power delivery directly to high performance semiconductor devices.
Elliott Jaques, MD, PhD, incises the debate about physicians' roles and management's designs by posing a clear version of the "state of nature" in which the physician is bound to confidential service of the patient and the patient has a kind of natural law right to such a relationship.
Completed as recently as 1998, Sur Incises begins broodingly, and, - wait for it - tonally.
Students apply a thin coat of asphaltum to a piece of copper or "Nu-Gold." They draw their designs with a scriber or a sharp instrument that incises a line through the asphaltum.
Working sometimes from a model, sometimes from her imagination, Khedoori then incises the image into the surface.