fabric element

fabric element

[′fab·rik ′el·ə·mənt]
(petrology)
A surface or line of structural discontinuity in a rock fabric.
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It may be a little surprising that so many variations of this fabric element are possible.
One of the group's companies, CoxGomyl, will supply, install, test and commission internal and external access equipment that will be used for maintaining and cleaning the special fabric elements that form the external skin of the structure.
As per the deal, Alimak Group's CoxGomyl will supply, install, test and commission internal and external access equipment that will be used for maintaining and cleaning the special fabric elements that form the external skin of the structure.
Patent 8,557,160 (October 15, 2013), "Direct Forming of Non-Textile Fabric Elements from Plastic Pellets," Gregory W.
The interior of the Pulse features black upholstery and matching fabric elements for the instrument panel, knee pads and door trim while the instrument cluster, dash dials and stalks are finished in pearl black creating a luxury feel.
The interior of the Pulse features black upholstery and matching fabric elements for the instrument panel, knee pads and door trim, while the instrument cluster, dash dials and stalks are finished in pearl black creating a luxury feel.
Traditional Arabic themed wood, stone, and fabric elements add richness to guest areas.
Once completed in Spring 2008, the lobby at 133 West 22nd Street will also pay homage to Chelsea's historic past and its new prominence at the center of New York's art world with burnished metal, a curved art glass wall and shimmering fabric elements.
Lillian Aldermann, who had worked on the 1952 project, provided her expertise as a seamstress for the decorative fabric elements.
ESRM would manage paths between servers and storage and all other fabric elements, including connections, devices, dependencies, structures, and physical and virtual volumes.