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Wrinkled

Describing a publication printed on improperly folded or otherwise bungled paper. Wrinkled paper can be expensive to replace and can be detrimental to a marketing campaign.
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[USA] July 22( ANI ): Wrinkled skin and hair loss are hallmarks of aging.
This paper reports a recently conducted effort of numerical simulation and experimental study of the wrinkled laminated membranes.
Based on the elasticity theory [23], the strain energy per unit area of wrinkled graphene can be represented by
That means those early human beings whose skin wrinkled when wet would have had an evolutionary advantage as the fittest of the species.
The experimenters measured how long it took people to transfer the objects between a water-filled container and a dry one, or between two dry ones, with wrinkled versus unwrinkled fingers.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Wrinkled fingers seem to be an advantage in wet environments.
"Many people take very good care of their facial skin to retain their youthful looks, but their true age is often betrayed by loose, sagging, or wrinkled neck skin," said Gary Myers, president of Mango Madness Skin Care.
Until now, it has been thought that wrinkled blastulae formed only in direct-developing sea urchins and not in indirect-developing species (1).
Skin-aging appearance was defined in the study as "having a wrinkled appearance, senile dryness, and skin atrophy (thinning)."
A wrinkled coating has a surface covered with furrows and ridges.
So jeans that were wrinkled before the baking process will still hold their wrinkles afterward.
However, shortly after the introduction of coldbox phenolic urethane binders, casting defects described as severely wrinkled surface defects were reported by some users.