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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.
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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.
They are located right across Europe, from the United Kingdom and France to Germany and The Netherlands and manufacture an extensive range of disposable gown and draping systems.
Contract notice: Provision Of Medical Devices For Surgical Draping: Fields, Kits And Accessories 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.
After the City Council last week delayed that plan at LaBonge's request, the chamber later converted its proposal to draping the sign in a red, white and blue mesh material because painting would take too long.
Images of deer scavenging among rubbish, the housing of the rich set against the slums of the poor and Buddhist monks solemnly draping cloth round a tree trunk have scooped the top prizes in the latest UNEP International Photographic Competition on the Environment.
This will include utility and patient drapes, as well as equipment cover, towels, baby blankets and other draping used in operating theatres or wards.