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Plastic

A slang term for a credit card, especially when being used to make frivolous or luxurious purchases.
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Different batches of sanitary-ware waste and refining waste mud were prepared and shaped by two methods; plastically and pressing.
Pantleon, X-ray determination of dislocation density and arrangement in plastically deformed copper, J.
Plastically deformation of alloyed and consisting high amount of retained austenite coating by hammering it with rounded tool provide increases of hardness from 27 up to 52 HRC.
The material is plastically deformed as it flows through the die, it coats the housed wire when the die is split into two halves.
This complex layer combination required some out-of-the-box thinking when it came to assembly, as Aldrich explains: "The bottom layer has about 80 connection points and that layer is plastically deformed but elastically strained in order to get all of those holes to line up for assembly.
The same study reported that sulphides deformed plastically independent of temperature.
Thematically and plastically, Oshima's flag obsession goes far beyond Jean-Luc Godard's ironic uses of tricolored compositions suggested by the French and American flags in some of his more politically oriented pre-1968 color films.
J&C developed a theoretical model to predict the flow measurement error from elastic and/or plastically deformed plates.
A tool is inserted into the parts that need to be bonded and it plastically mixes the materials together.
Forget the days of the individual, now it's time for the mannequin-like, plastically remodelled and automated to rule the earth.
As the dynamic load progressed, the wood fibers close to the teeth were plastically crushed and densified.