end cut

end cut

[′end ‚kət]
(petroleum engineering)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Otherwise you could fill the cannelloni using a sturdy plastic bag with the end cut off.
At Mighty Quinn's, the beef briskets were part of the end cut, which made it slightly toasted.
This expanded offering brings new sizes to the lineup, and is offered with or without end cut and the Di-NAMITE coating.
bottle with the end cut off, spout-side down into the basket and fill it with water so that the plants receive a gradual top-up.
"A rotary cutter can automate inline cutting of many resins," explains Bob Bessemer, Conair Sales Manager, Medical Extrusion, "but for other more brittle materials like crystal polystyrene, high-density polyethylene or highly-filled resins, processors concerned about getting a clean, square end cut had to resort to manual, off-line operations.
In division two Stockton West End cut Guisborough Globe's lead at the top to just one point after they came from behind to hammer Cargo Fleet AFC 10-1 thanks to a Ben Turner hattrick.
Two cylindrical-shaped versions are available: PLAST Cut TC burs with Special End Cut, for use with CNC machines and robots, and PLAST Cut TC Burs with a Center Drill for manual use.
We have tried cutting slits for the back legs similar to those for the front, but it has always turned out to be much better to just angle the end cut to let the little back legs fall free of the blanket altogether.
Expressed on an equal-week basis, same-store sales rose 3.6%, as a 2.4% increase at the front end cut into a 5% gain in pharmacy.
Let the salesperson know that you need one end cut straight so the clear acrylic sheet can be easily cemented to it.
They achieve interrupted spring end cut for optimal heat dissipation.
Special end cut gash and offset teeth allow for large depths of cut and maximum feed per tooth, literally blasting chips away.