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According to FoldiMate, its new robot laundry folder could go through a full load of laundry and fold every piece in a few minutes.
5 Fold nose back out across the dotted line (right).
The key was developing algorithms that allow the Starshade to fold smoothly, predictably and repeatedly," NASA explained.
Strobovideolaryngoscopy revealed immobility of the left vocal fold with a jostle sign, muscle tension dysphonia, reflux laryngitis, vocal fold bowing with glottic insufficiency, and a left vocal fold pseudocyst--a "paresis podule" (1) (figure).
Several regional and local folds have been formed on the hanging wall of MBT due to propagation of this regional decollement.
Fold the two triangles down an imaginary centre line.
None of the surgical procedures available for vocal fold scar is effective consistently.
Abut another fabric rectangle fold with the first rectangle told, and then layer fourteen rectangles per the previous instructions; pin (2).
It is perfect for formal events such as black ties or white ties, and it is also the type of fold that looks best with a classic white handkerchief.
I then start folding to reach that square letting the spectator have choices on whether I fold a column or a row.
Fold the same two sides over once more, meeting again in the center.