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Flake

Slang; in auto sales, a term for a non-creditworthy customer with a small or no down payment. Flake customers are very high risk for the seller, and likely will not obtain financing.
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However, both cutting directions and flake dimensions can be very difficult to control in the actual flaking process in OSB manufacture.
Unimills, supplier of tailor-made vegetable oils and a member of Asian multinational the Sime Darby group, has expanded its fat flaking capacity with the installation of a dedicated flaking line for unhardened fats.
Excavations of sediment dated to 75,000 years ago in South Africa's Blombos Cave revealed stone artifacts displaying signs of pressure flaking, Mourre and his colleagues say.
In addition, debarking before the flaking process did not seem to be effective for improving the panel strength; it only increased the average MOR from 28.
Maintenance is reduced because of increased accessibility to the flaking roils themselves; machine footprint is reduced; and noise and vibration cut.
3) The acutely angled edge produced by flaking off the edge of the core produces a dulled surface that is easily held in the hand.
Dandruff may involve heavier flaking and sometimes a red, irritated scalp.