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ream

[rēm]
(engineering)
To enlarge or clean out a hole.
(materials)
A layer of nonhomogeneous material in flat glass.
Five hundred sheets of paper; a printer's ream consists of 516 sheets.
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The final defect that may be observed in a reamed bore is a surface finish that is just plain rough.
Ream had been linked with QPR, who have just signed Town keeper Alex Smithies in a near-PS2m transfer.
Ream takes his cross-country seriously, but not so seriously that he misses having a good time at the Birkie, where fun opportunities abound.
Without rotating the string, 2,250 ft of open hole was reamed over a six-hour period, successfully completing the longest measured depth section where Deep Casing Tools has used the Turbocaser Express.
Caption: Figure 1 Glenohumeral joint tensioning of a normal shoulder (left), a shoulder with posterior glenoid wear (left middle), eccentrically reamed anatomic total shoulder arthroplasty implanted in posteriorly worn glenoid (right middle), off-axis reamed anatomic total shoulder arthroplasty with an augmented glenoid implanted in a posteriorly worn glenoid (right).
The Bolton boss was impressed by Ream's commitment in cancelling his honeymoon and said: "That showed you how much he wanted to come on board and be part of the football club.
Ream succeeds Carmine Romano, who is retiring following a 41-year career with American Airlines.
According to published reports, Ream opened his first grocery store at 890 W.
The third technical improvement specified replacement of the Contraves drive system for ream discharge with new AC AMK servo drives, enabling an optimized ramping speed.
On a bright October day in 1943, a three-plane division, led by VC-7 skipper Lieutenant Commander Bill Bartlett, took off from Ream Field for Goldstone Dry Lake (today, part of Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division China Lake).
"I just read their financial statement every year and it looked like they needed some help, so I volunteered," says Ream, 79, who retired with comfortable savings from his construction company.
His father, John Ream, brought home the software after seeing its tutorial, which resembles a computer game.