Cinching | Article about cinching by The Free Dictionary
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Creases produced in magnetic tape when the supply reel is wound at low tension and suddenly stopped during playback.
The tightening of successive loops of film on a roll.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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To reduce injury to leg-caught moose and other ungulates, I investigated the possibility of incorporating a cinch stop that would prevent the snare from cinching
tight on a moose leg but not reduce the effectiveness in killing neck-caught wolves.
Because the cinching
process occurs inside an electron microscope, "we can now study the deformation of nanocrystals," Banhart says.
Johnson, like his father, worked as a choker-setter, the logger assigned the hazardous task of cinching
the end of a moving cable to a fallen tree.