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piling

[′pīl·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
Caking of ink on the rollers, plate, or blanket of a printing press or an accumulation of paper coating on the blanket of an offset press.

piling

The property of a paint which causes it to gain viscosity rapidly during application, making it difficult to apply a smooth uniform film.
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Plans call for replacing the more than 2,500 wood pilings that now prop up city hall,aFlemish Renaissance-style structurebuilt between 1893 and 1895.
Self-sufficiency being one of the traits of every good sportsman, there are a few options for repairing damaged pilings. The best one I've found is a piling wrap.
One obstacle course that Humphrey had to get through was the little bridge, with a forest of underwater poles and pilings to close together for Humphrey to swim through.
A pneumatic saw and track system can be attached to concrete pilings to even off tops and casings, or remove piles in one piece to simplify reprocessing.
The crane will be used to install foundation pilings for the new eastbound bridge.
Abu Dhabi The Tourism Development & Investment Company (TDIC) said yesterday that the final pilings for Louvre Abu Dhabi on the Saadiyat Island have been placed and the project will be completed on schedule in 2013.
Bridge pilings at the Interstate 5 Willamette River bridge, and at the work platform that runs parallel with the bridge across the river, have turned that section of the Willamette into a hazard for boaters and anyone else on the water, officials warned Friday.
Pilings, concrete supports driven into the ground, which had to be in place before the rest of the work could begin, are now all in place.
Pantheon has been a development industry leader since it began working in 2005 to ensure that this soil-stabilizing method, an innovative and inexpensive option to driving pilings, received approval for the first time from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP).
Despite this, the pilings that anchored the structure, according to a report in the New York Times on October 24, were anchored no deeper than 17 feet.