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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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Headquartered in Kearney, Nebraska, Buckle offers a range of apparel, accessories and footwear for fashion-conscious young men and women.
"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.
Since then, the firm said more than 5,000 people have taken their 'Buckle Up Pledge'.
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.
"It's been a great model, and we haven't changed it," Buckle says.
A classic buckle and belt combination will cost around $100 to $120 [Dh367 to Dh734].
23 June 2014 - California-based Community Bank said it has promoted Alan Buckle to executive vice president and head of business banking.
ITW Nexus Grimlocs--and many other buckle and closure systems sold by Hudson--are made from a polymer resin called Acetal, which has all the qualities of its alloy counterparts, but without corrosion, weight or bulk.
South Miami, FL, December 19, 2013 --(PR.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.