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ply

one of the strands twisted together to make rope, yarn, etc.

Ply

A thickness of material used for building up several layers, as in plywood and built-up roofing.

ply

[plī]
(materials)
A thin sheet of wood or other material bonded to one or more additional thin sheets, as in plywood.
(textiles)
A strand of yarn made by twisting together two or more strands.

ply

ply
One of a number of thin sheets in a layered construction, as in plywood, laminated panels, roofing felt, etc.

ply

(mathematics, data)
1. Of a node in a tree, the number of branches between that node and the root.

2. Of a tree, the maximum ply of any of its nodes.
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The coaches will ply from Rawalpindi Railway Station to Wah Cantt barrier No-3.
The company says Banova Ply is 50 to 70 percent lighter than conventional wood panels and offers high thermal insulation properties.
a Web Industries company), industry leaders in formatting prepreg composites for aerostructure fabrication, are pleased to announce the expansion of Web's Atlanta facility to include table-based automated prepreg cutting and ply kitting services.
As a manufacturer of residential building products, Ply Gem provided complete, personalized exteriors for the homes through The Designed Exterior by Ply Gem, including siding, windows, stone veneer, fencing and railing.
Each ply was measured for width, thickness, length, weight, moisture content, and acoustic properties (Carter et al.
The beauty of 2 ply labels is that they stick easily to existing packaging without causing any beastly graphic design problems.
Although some board machines have used gap former technology for the top ply of the board, the first board machine to use gap formers for both the top and bottom plies was the Republic Paperboard gypsum board machine in Lawton, Oklahoma, USA.
4, the engineer can more flexibly define and change aspects of the design, such as ply naming, sorting, and listing.
The grain of the individual panels, which in this kind of ply usually seems coarse, acquires dignity and wonder when it is seen on such a scale.
Ply Gem produces a comprehensive product line of vinyl siding, designer accents and skirting, vinyl fencing and vinyl and composite railing, stone veneer and vinyl windows and doors used in both new construction and home repair and remodeling in the United States and Western Canada.
July 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Law Office of Brodsky & Smith, LLC announces that it has commenced a class action lawsuit in the Southern District of New York on behalf of purchasers of Ply Gem Holdings, Inc.