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undersize

[′ən·dər‚sīz]
(engineering)
That part of a crushed material (for example, ore) which passes through a screen.
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I used a 1/4" mill and cut the slot undersize and then removed the receiver from the jig.
The diorama features a creepily headless and undersize deer standing on a drift of faux snow.
Prawn fishers and scientists have spent the last 10 years investigating the best way to reduce the wasteful bycatch of undersize prawns and important non-target fish species, such as juvenile bream, luderick and snapper, during commercial prawn trawling on the north coast of New South Wales.
Oversize particles are moved to the screen periphery in a spiral pathway and discharged through an outlet, while undersize particles drop through to the next screen.
Hartlepool piers are still producing whiting although there are a lot of undersize fish being returned by anglers, but there are some bigger sized codling among them.
The latter group of mice is particularly interesting due to hybrid dysgenesis resulting in undersize placentas and embryos.
Before that, all kinds of drama occur: overendowed Lilian meets her overdue lover in undersize salesman; Morten, panic-inspired, names himself the junction in the mayor-agenda'ed new council, besides falling in love with the buxom mayoral secretary.
Good, oversize, and undersize conditions are instantly recognized by either green, red, or yellow bar colors.
CAUSE The routine of doing things the way they were taught and the desire to cut costs on an unglamorous component leads some builders to undersize the plumbing as they oversize the pumps
A variety of management measures have been adopted in response to declining catches: a limited-entry fishing regime that limited the number of permit holders to 15; a prohibition on fishing from January through June when lobsters spawn; an annual catch quota system; a minimum legal tail width (TW) of 50 mm for spiny lobster and 56 mm TW for slipper lobster, which are close to the sizes at first maturity for these species in the NWHI; a prohibition on landing berried (ovigerous) females; and a requirement that traps be equipped with escape vents to reduce capture of undersize lobsters (WPRFMC (1)).
On-size and undersize material falling through the top Kascade screen bypasses the conventional screen through a central chute for subsequent fine mesh screening.
Finally, two of the chains Albertson's acquired--Acme Markets and Lucky Stores--still operate a number of old, undersize and underperforming units.