crinkling


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crinkling

[′kriŋk·liŋ]
(materials)

wrinkling, crinkling, riveling

1. The distortion in a paint film appearing as ripples; may be produced intentionally as a decorative effect or may be a defect caused by drying conditions or an excessively thick film.
2. The crinkling of the surface skin of a sealant; affects its appearance, but usually not its sealing capability.
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This progresses to actual destruction of the ear with increased irritation, scabbing, bleeding and crinkling of the skin.
Plants showing clear symptoms such as crinkling, curling, puckering, rugosity and enlargement of the leaves were counted and percent infection was calculated based on 0-5 arbitrary scale as suggested by Ashfaq et al.
resistance to crinkling, the sample was held with both hands between the thumb and forefinger on each hand.