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dimpling

[′dim·pliŋ]
(engineering)
Forming a conical depression in a metal surface in order to countersink a rivet head.
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The two make a better team than Dimple ever expected as they work to develop her app concept in hopes of winning the ultimate prize: a partnership with one of Silicon Valley's top developers.
"David was upset at the extra weight because Dimple didn't beat anything in those two races, but I'd have been disappointed if he'd not been able to win off 123 today," said trainer Sandy Thomson.
'We are canceling the franchise of the entire fleet of Dimple Star because of repetitive recklessness in their transport service.
Dimple's daughter, Twinkle Khanna also shared a tweet supporting Tanushree Dutta.
SLR Rifleworks (slrrifleworks.com) offers an interesting selection of dimple jigs for 0.625", 0.750", 0.875" and 0.936"- diameter barrels with hole spacing for both 0.400" and 0.450".
Figure 4 illustrates the surface wear patterns of pistons with different dimple diameters in the service life test.
She continued, "Others dismissed the connection between the dimple piercing & genital cutting & felt it necessary to attempt to explain why they cut their child.
In Dimple and Rishi's case, the two have more in common than they realize: Just as Dimple always feels like she's not good enough for her parents, Rishi feels distant from his own.
Dolly Dimple's is the third largest pizza company in Norway, with 42 stores across the country and a well-established and strong heritage of customer service.
Talking to media in Jammu, JWAM president Sunil Dimple said that the culprits of Delhi gang-rape should be awarded capital punishment and it would be real tribute to the victim.
This effect is caused by the influence of the dimple surface roughness on the position of the points at which the flow separates from the ball surface to form a downstream wake with corresponding reduction in the net pressure force on the ball.