from a burr is so small that the usual tools used to examine an eye (focal light and magnifying lens) may not be powerful enough to locate it.
of pavement causes drivers to slow down and indicate when turning left off Somerset Road.
Another form of soldermask sliver
one that goes largely unnoticed--occurs when clearances around circular pads result in small, thin spikes or points that intrude between two pads.
Edward Carey has carved himself a nifty little niche in the atmosphere of this world, by which I mean to say, he has, in only two books, successfully blown this world to slivers
, and he seems poised to write each sliver
back into existence one at a time.
The process converts the carbon released during cremation into graphite, then places it around a microscopic diamond sliver
and subjects it to 80,000 times the pressure of the atmosphere.
Since the 1980s, Reggio has designed festivals that focus on a sliver
of dance to explore depth rather than breadth.
Jeff Kirwan, Extension specialist, and John Seiler, forestry professor at Virginia Polytechnic Institute's College of Natural Resources, with the Association of Natural Resource Professionals' Sliver
Award for "outstanding Extension natural resources educational material.
An isolated community of about 700 houses, a few shops, two dance clubs, and one motel--all on a sliver
of sand off Long Island, 90 minutes plus a ferry ride from Manhattan--the Fire Island Pines for decades has been occupied almost entirely by gay men, with a token number of lesbians.
He peers through a microscope and slices away a sliver
of cornea, the outer gelatinous layer of the human eye.
Glenoit, a maker of household rugs and specialty fabrics for the apparel, home furnishings, retail and automotive industries, hopes to expand its sliver
knit production 50 percent by March 1998.
The majority opinion did offer other condemned men and women a sliver
of hope: If they have "truly persuasive" evidence of innocence, the courts must hear it.
Coal Bed Methane (CBM) production of 35 MMcf/d accounts for a sliver
of Western Canada Sedimentary Basin (WSCB) production of approximately 16 Bcf/d.