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buckle

[′bək·əl]
(graphic arts)
Curvature in a film that has been stored at an improper humidity.
(metallurgy)
An up-and-down wrinkle on the surface of a metal bar or sheet.

buckle

1. Distortion of the surfaces of a beam or girder under load; caused by unequal distribution of weight, temperature, or moisture, or the lack of uniform texture.
2. Distortion of the surface of a sheet of material, such as a bulge or wrinkle in asphalt prepared roofing.
3. A brotch.
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After considering all the factors the conclusion reached was that the original decision not to award Mrs Buckle medical priority was appropriate.
Keeping the model light and bright is a matte white silicone strap with matching loop, secured by a matte white plastic buckle.
When I looked down the buckle had broke and she was hanging in the pram with her neck tangled in the harness.
On Wednesday a jury found 18-year-old Buckle guilty of murdering Mr Annandale during the incident last August and Judge Peter Benson said he was satisfied that the teenager had armed himself with a knife before leaving his flat on Elm-field Avenue.
Dealers will either repair the buckle or replace it at no cost to owners.
Buckle offers a mix of high-quality, on-trend apparel, accessories and footwear.
Team members get in, buckle up, and throw their hands in the air until a referee (Murray & Guari) shouts "Rotate
Mom-invented MyBuckleMate makes it easy for anyone to buckle up in the backseat with one hand (just like you do in the driver's seat).
The concept was simple: You walk into a store, pick the buckle you want and the belt, which is then cut to size, and you walk out with something made just for you.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-June 23, 2014-- Buckle to head business banking at California's Community Bank
com)-- A simple yet functional new product designed to facilitate a common automotive safety measure, the Easy Buckle, has been developed by Thomas Earl Dickinson, Jr.
Edmundsbury, UK Mayor Terry Buckle, was involved in a crash Tuesday after driving his car through the front doors of a supermarket.