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prong

[präŋ]
(design engineering)
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It does not cause problems to the consumer's health as it is made of white sugar and water, but it affects the identity of natural palm sugar and intellectual property rights of other private companies with a licence from the government,' Prong said.
Prong plate, Plain plate, Shrinkage Dish, Glass Cup, Purified
Finally, attach the wheels using the prong fasteners so they still turn round and decorate the cars to make each one unique.
In the first studies we used beech wood and could predict the deformation (bending) of the prong samples fairly good.
I have seen a video of someone using a prong collar and the pain made the dog turn on the handler.
The presence of prongs can also be found in the duo's limited-edition Prong series of Italian marble-topped tables with metal legs.
On "Remove, Separate Self,'' from the recent album "Ruining Lives,'' heavy rockers Prong offer a strangely metaphysical musing to a hard-core soundtrack.
The metal prong which was impaling the patient was left in situ and the man was taken by ambulance to the major trauma centre at University Hospital.
The entire process involves using the template to mark prong hole positions with an awl (or pencil), Make the actual holes with a leather punch, then apply the spot by pushing its prongs through the holes.
It's a two-pronged approach--an anti-inflammatory prong to reduce the attacks, and a neuroprotective prong to make the brain suffer less damage in case of an attack.
The first prong entailed having a 'pillar framework' for IT, wherein it would rest and address the three pillars of maintaining IT services, integrating IT risks and improving IT compliance.
The court ruled that the assumed liabilities did not qualify for purposes of calculating AmerGen's basis in the acquired assets because the liabilities failed the economic performance prong of the three-prong all-events test.