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Wrapped

Slang; describing a bond that is insured. For example, if one says a bond is wrapped by MBIA, it means that MBIA has insured the issue.
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Short-row 6 P6 working wrap tog with wrapped st, wrap next st, turn.
But it needs to be covered with another tape if the dog is going to be hunting or it will unravel and fail to protect the wrapped area.
Functions such as 'no product no wrapping', automatic splicing of wrapping material and remote assistance as well as automatic rejection of double wrapped products are also included.
Chapters are: wrapping and unwrapping, concepts and approaches; aspects of baby wrappings; wrapping and tying ancient Egyptian New Kingdom dresses; reconceptualizing shapes and bodies; wrapping and unwrapping the body; wrapping the dead; wrapped up for safe keeping; wrapping as an element of early Celtic burial customs; wrapping the wrapped; wild silk textiles of the Dogon people of Mali; unveiling clay and metal; wrapped in images.
Also, as more pallets are wrapped per roll of Alloy or Carbon film, less downtime is incurred by the need to change the film roll in applications where pallet wrapping machinery is used.
This prevents any excess that could snag against something and compromise the wrapped load's integrity.
UK-based vehicle wrapping company, Totally Dynamic, recently wrapped an Aston Martin Vantage to be displayed at the car manufacturer's headquarters in Warwick.
Most sterile instrument sets that we use in the Operating Room (OR) are wrapped in blue wrap as part of the sterilization process.
Printed stretch film, custom printed with a company name or logo, can be applied as a way to simply and affordably identify stretch wrapped loads and their origins, plus provide extra advertising.
3 : to wind or fold around <She wrapped her arms around me.
But I saw that groovy recipe for Mediterranean dip on Giada De Laurentiis' show on the Food Network, and now I can have it nicely wrapped for breakfast the next morning.