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tempered

adjective adapted, adjusted, altered, changed, corrected, indurate, indurated, moderated, recast, reconstructed, remolded, reshaped, revised, transformed, treated
See also: fair, reasonable
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It is clearly seen that the adhesion strength between the LSR and PBT decreased by about 30% when the test specimen was tempered.
Analysis of residual stresses and of the load-bearing capacity of tempered glass plates.
Mean hardness of both interior and exterior surfaces decreases with depth of excavation spit (means plots not shown) and no clear pattern suggests that sherds tempered with >30% calcareous sand temper are more or less hard than other ceramics in spits 3-6.
Market for Laminated and Tempered Glass makes important predictions and recommendations regarding the future of this market, and pinpoints ways current and prospective marketers can capitalize on current trends and spearhead new ones.
Sources added that tax record of Sharif family was tempered under the supervision of senior official of FBR following the directions of Federal Minister for last year.
On technical checking of the meters it was detected that the meters were tempered to run slow and show units 80% less than actually consumed by users,he added.
What's more, the strength of the new glass is much more predictable than that of ordinary tempered glass.
Historically, automotive glazing included laminated glass for windscreens and tempered glass for all other windows.
ISLAMABAD -- Special Investigation Unit (SIU) of Islamabad police has busted a gang involved in selling tempered vehicles and recovered six car from them, a police spokesman said.
Austempering is valuable because it is stronger and tougher than tempered martensitic structures obtained with conventional heat treatment of cast iron.
Sadwith said he regrets having to exchange colorful but characteristically British slurs for lackluster American pejoratives tempered to appease network executives and sensitive viewers.