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chopping

[′chäp·iŋ]
(electronics)
The removal, by electronic means, of one or both extremities of a wave at a predetermined level.
(physics)
The act of interrupting an electric current, beam of light, beam of infrared radiation, or stream of neutrons at regular intervals.
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SRINAGAR -- As the mysterious braid chopping incidents continued in Kashmir, the locals as well the opposition Congress on Saturday staged protest against the government's failure over tracing the culprits behind these incidents.
Let's keep kitchen matters in the kitchen by making a recipe stand out of a chopping board.
No preparation is required; no peeling or chopping with this new convenient format.
It can be used as a mini salad spinner to dry just-washed herbs and there's a booster arm for chopping herbs.
Chopping onions in the food processor may release juices that will overpower the other ingredients.
The LEXION C500 Series "Chopping" Corn Head chops and sizes corn stover into more manageable pieces and frays vertical remains of the main stalk to speed the overwinter decay process.
The fallout of this situation has been fewer wire chopping lines remaining up and running, with only the most time- and cost-efficient producers staying viable.