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draping

[′drāp·iŋ]
(geology)
Structural concordance of the strata overlying a limestone reef or other hard core to the surface of the reef or core.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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This unique initiative is open to all Fashion Designers that wish to extend their skills by acquiring numerous draping techniques from “Cascade, Sunray” passing by “Knots” all the way to the most prestigious of all “the Momie draping.”
For experimental technique, Kenkare and May-Plumlee [32] distinguished draping from paperiness (paper bending behaviour) by accounting for 3D deformation behavior using a drapemeter that is capable of distorting fabric samples in all three dimensions over a circular disc.
The book is structured in four parts: Part One, Introduction to Draping, is a longer (20-page) introduction to Principles and Skills, terminology, tools, and preparation for draping with a much improved section discussing design development.
Meera Ravi, editor of Salaam Bahrain magazine, told the story of the saree and revealed that there were more than 109 ways of draping a saree -- a fact unknown to most Indians in the audience!
Vicky said: "Draping can be daunting for many of us - all those pleats and folds seem to add unnecessary bulk.
Although 45/500 were marked, only 59% (295/500) of markings remained visible after draping (Figure 3, Table 3).
Their first dress design came simply by draping fabric on a model.
Draping is a favored technique of Santiago, and if One and Cinco went gaga with their beadwork in their own Red collections, Santiago was unapologetic with his draping.
Tailored to save time and allow for efficient, effective draping of bariatric procedures, the drape is generously sized and is constructed of Tiburon impervious surgical drape fabric for strength and durability.
Suzuran Surgical Draping, a mid-scale Japanese sanitary goods manufacturer, recently decided to produce and sell sanitary napkins in Shanghai, China.