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2 Remove the strike plate, place it in a vise and enlarge
the hole with a file.
Use a 3/8" drill bit to enlarge
the holes in one wood block to a depth of 1/2 inch.
ONE FORM CAUSES, SORES ON THE SKIN, ALSO KNOWN AS "BAHGHDAD BOIL." LEFT UNTREATED, THE SORES CAN ENLARGE
, CRUST OVER AND BECOME SLOW-GROWING ULCERS.
"We were fortunate to be able to enlarge
Expanding the education definition will enable these groups to enlarge
New technology can help you reproduce and enlarge
photographs, even Polaroids or older photos without negatives.
With a TI ViewScreen, it's a snap to enlarge
and project a TI calculator's display so the entire class can see it easily.
The War Museum (of which more later) could only enlarge
the current Merchant Navy part of the "Battle of the Atlantic" gallery at the expense of other worthy exhibits, and the size of the advisory committee would make a single member's input virtually worthless.
However, by blending a familiar modern technology with an old-fashioned technique, you can take a favorite black-and-white picture, enlarge
it, and create a memorable "art" print with a charm that seems at once dated, timeless, and contemporary.
This seems a reasonable assumption based on one tradition practiced by the rubber industry, design and build a transfer mold with small diameter sprues and enlarge
them, if necessary, to achieve a shorter fill time.