pegma

pegma

1. Any ancient construction material made of boards that are joined together.
2. A machine used in a Classical Roman amphitheater to facilitate a quick change of scenery on the stage.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
Polyethylene grafted with 1% of Maleic Anhydride (PEgMA) copolymer, Polybond 3009, MFI = 5 g/10 min (190[degrees]C/2.16Kg), was provided by Addivant.
In this study, new 3D printing technology was used to print porous scaffolds using poly (ethylene glycol) methacrylate (PEGMA) and nano-hyrdroxyappiate (nHA) as main components.
Insulin absorption can be enhanced simply by reducing the size of P(MAA-g-MEG) microgels, which are pH responsive and designed by the polymerization of methacrylic acid and PEG-monomethyl ether monomethacrylate (PEGMA), but the in vivo performance of nanogels still needs to be improved (44, 45).
Paul Wiecke (non Tiecke, come erroneamente scritto, forse per l'assonanza con Ludwig Tieck, ben noto alla generazione di teatranti cui appartengono Bragaglia e Pirandello (19) ) e invece l'ideatore della macchineria del Koniglisches Schauspielhaus di Dresda: un ampio sviluppo verticale consente il montaggio di uno scenario nel sottopalco, che risale tramite un portascena montante; al fine di spiegarne il funzionamento, nonche l'ispirazione, il regista ciociaro richiama come in altre circostanze le macchine teatrali in uso nell'Antica Grecia: "il palcoscenico di Paul Tiecke [...] non e modesto quanto Vekkyclema, e tanto meno primitivo come la scaena versilis, ma non e neanche completo e grandioso come i pegma. Esso e la Scala di Caronte che puo diventare theologeion" (Bragaglia, 1925e).
(61) tested 10-nm aqueous colloidal nanosilica with and without poly(ethylene glycol) monomethyl ether methacrylate (PEGMA) modification in UV-curing polyurethanes.
Elongated and slender Ribeiria with straight dorsal margin, with terminal umbo and with narrow pegma.
Amphiphilic block copolymers consisting of hydrophobic fluorinated blocks and hydrophilic poly[poly(ethylene glycol)methyl ether methacrylate] (P(PEGMA)) have been synthesized [20-23].
(2009) used polyethyleneglycol-methacrylate (PEGMA)-co-vinylimidazole (VI) microspheres as adsorbents and found that its adsorption capacity was only 25 mg/g for heavy metals.
Results showed that the PEgDMAE formed highly exfoliated-intercalated nanocomposites, while the PEgD12 showed the worst behavior which was attributed to a an increase in molecular weight and a crosslinking reaction between PEgMA and this amine.
In the case of festival modes, especially when the pegma [pageant stage] takes life, the interaction with the audience (or more properly, with the several different audiences such shows address) is far more complex, essential--and palpable--than it is in the case of books or even of drama in performance" (36).
Contents: Gisele Mathieu-Castellani, "Les Emblemes du celer dans Delie"; Alison Adams, "Reading Georgette de Montenay"; Alison Saunders, "'Quis, quid, ubi, quibus auxiliis, cur, quomodo, quando?' or: The curious case of Pierre Coustau's Pegma"; Stephen Rawles, "Layout, Typography and Chronology in Chretien Wechel's Editions of Alciato"; David Graham, "Topical Political and Religious Content in French Emblem Books"; Laurence Grove, "'Pour faire tapisserie'?