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The protrusions appear near a dust skirt seen at the nebula's center in visible light (inset) but not found in this study, so they constitute different structures.
In his contribution, (Naphon, 2007) presents the characteristics of heat transfer and pressure losses in a channel with protrusions in the shape of a triangle on the lower and upper plates.
So the strange vein or muscle protrusions on the star's face have stunned fans and sparked a debate over whether she has been under the knife.
When a dip soldering process is used, lead protrusions up to 10 mm can be used.
Its new Ex-Cav line is designed for molding undercuts under the part surface, like barbs or protrusions.
In a second embodiment, such first and second displacement-regulating protrusions are provided that are disposed asymmetrically relative to a phantom plane passing through a center of the elastic partition membrane in its thickness direction.
Developed for easy field installation without disassembly of coupled equipment, the kits are designed to provide clearance for shaft shoulders, slingers, and other end-bell protrusions while protecting bearings from electrical damage caused by circulating or shaft currents.
They should look for unnatural protrusions or bulges in the waist, back, and crotch areas and watch for less conspicuous cues, such as shirts that appear rippled or wavy on one side of the body while the fabric on the other side appears smooth.
And then there is the wonderfully discordant Because We Care, a pink-on-pink valentine replete with all manner of cavities and protrusions dangling and interpenetrating across its frenetic field.
The IACP's "behavioral profile" recommends that officers look for "multiple anomalies" in individual behavior, including (as paraphrased by the Post) "wearing a heavy coat or jacket in warm weather or carrying a briefcase, duffel bag or backpack with protrusions or visible wires.
Check for any bulges or protrusions in this area when you swallow.