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A fold that is overturned.
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Edema of the true vocal folds was found in 8 (3.7%) children; swelling of the overfold
space of larynx--in 10 (4.6%); nodules on vocal fold--in 12 (5.6%) patients.
Some sponge cakes don't contain baking powder but I like insurance just in case I overfold
the egg whites.
Fold into corn meal mixture, taking care not to overfold
. Pour into margarine-greased 10-inch pie pan.
(2004), these deformation are linked to the origin of folds [F.sub.2] (Orel, 1975), faulted overfolds
and shear fractures.