form tie

form tie

Any tie, in tension, which is used to prevent concrete forms from spreading as a result of fluid pressure of freshly placed, unhardened concrete.
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But sometimes, dozing in my chair, I recall in my mind's eye, The iron-ore dust on my father's hands, And my sister's bright sixth form tie.
"There have been promising results from trials of a new kind of treatment which offers hope to people with EB and, in particular, those with the form Tie has.
Even on this form she'll take all the beating over a mile and a half, and although this form ties her in closely with Prince of Wales's victor Crystal Ocean through Magical, she'll surely improve for the run.
Kateson's form ties in with Getwaway Trump and he is the pick in the Albert Bartlett Prestige Novices' Hurdle, while Shades Of Midnight gets the vote in the William Hill Rendlesham Hurdle having chased home Paisley Park earlier in the season.
His form ties in best of today's rivals and he can reverse last year's placings with Sam Spinner.
The uniqueness of the ConferenceSeries lies in its ability to collaborate with renowned scientific agencies within America and abroad and form ties with scientific societies to organize Medical Conferences,Pharmaceutical Conferences, Life Science Conferences and Engineering Conferences.
However, according to Professor Markus Strohmaier, Chair of Computational Social Science and Humanities at RWTH Aachen University, "homophily can put minority groups at a disadvantage, as it limits their ability to form ties with a majority group."
Furthermore, Specialist in Gulf Affairs Ayman Ramadan remarked that the visit assures Egyptian connection with Gulf States and Egyptian-Gulf relations in the current period, adding that Oman is one of the states in the Gulf cooperation council; hence, Egypt is working to form ties with it to understand its opinions on many different regional issues.
Finally, to remember that, notwithstanding differences of opinion and personality, people struggling together--in good faith and with good humor--to resolve difficult matters can form ties of respect, friendship, and even love.
Abu Dhabi has successfully leveraged its position as a major aviation and aerospace procurer to form ties with a number of foreign firms, including manufacturing aircraft parts for Airbus and Boeing.
"It will help us form ties with multiple institutions and partnerships, stimulate both public and private funding, and build on some of our historic strengths in fields such as remote sensing."