Folding


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Folding

A slang term for a large amount of money, especially cash.
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Available in six stylish colors, Nannini Folding Reading Glasses feature Italian-made style, and their super-thin, fold-flat design eliminates the fundamental flaw of traditional readers -- the arched fold that is vulnerable to easy breakage and puts an annoying bulge in your pocket or purse.
Standard folding glass walls feature operable panels that open in an “accordion” style and then stack against the jamb.
2) Do the same for the word FACETIOUS so that ARTful folding separates the vowels and consonants.
In other words any graph folding cannot map edges to loops but it may maps loops to loops
COThe impact of GeForce GPUs on protein folding simulations was immediate and dramatic,CO said Vijay Pande, associate professor of chemistry, Stanford University and director of the Folding@home project.
Using this information and folding or not folding on the various fold lines students can create different polygons and use reasoning to find their areas.
As with the Whitesides group's tapes, heating the crosses past the solder's melting point triggered the cubes' self folding.
The food industry dominates folding carton consumption in North America and Europe, accounting for 55-56% of total demand.
THE TRIANGULAR FOLDING IS CONTINUED UNTIL THE ENTIRE LENGTH OF THE FLAG IS FOLDED IN THIS MANNER.
The Western Europe market for folding cartons showed annual growth rates of about two per cent between 1998 and 2003, measured in actual packs sold.
Five folding box rams with 106 to 159 tons of force Folding box is 13'-10 "x 6'-8".
It's best to have three soldiers doing the job--two folding the shroud manually and another on the ground making sure they've got it folded correctly.