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shivering

[′shiv·ə·riŋ]
(materials)
Cracks and scales on a pottery glaze caused by unequal contraction during cooling.

shivering

The splintering that occurs in a fired glass or ceramic coating owing to critical compressive stresses.
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"It is difficult to distinguish shivering due to cold from shivering due to anxiety or fear," says Dr.
Both are responsible for shivering. [3] Treatment of shivering are done by external heating and drugs.
(10) Some researchers have found shivering suppression with focal hand warming; some have found warming the lower face plus inhaled heated/humidified air to be beneficial to suppress shivering.
"He was shivering from head to toe and he was in total shock DIANE BRANNAN NEVILLE*X27;S DAUGHTER
Confusion, top, and shivering, right, are potential indicators that you have contracted sepsis - Dr Ron Daniels, left, wants us to be aware of the symtoms and seek help as soon as possible
"We identified two hormones that are stimulated by cold - irisin and FGF21 - released from shivering muscle and brown fat respectively," said study leader Dr Paul Lee, of Sydney University.
Shivering and other behaviors were recorded simultaneously from 3 observation booths positioned above the back of each of a pair of 6 adjacent pens.
The neurotransmitter serotonin (5-HT3) plays a role in the control of perioperative shivering by its action in the pre-optic anterior hypothalamic region (4-6).
We'll sit here shivering because you made us shiver to
SHIVERING: Ash Lane at Emley, looking towards Flockton, inset, and main picture, a view of Castle Hill from Newsome