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Previous attempts have utilized a technique known as a "sintering," whereby tiny pieces of glass are molded together at lower temperatures.
We definitely have molded together and gotten used to writing music together again.
Anafoam: After studying a pressure map of the foot to identify where to distribute support, EVA foam and mesh were molded together to anatomically fit essential pressure points.
Our cultures were molded together during the Ottoman Empire for centuries.
Another technique that Uniloy and others use to boost production is neck-to-neck molding, where bottles of up to 500 ml (in Uniloy's case) are molded together at the neck and separated in a secondary operation.
Sold in a set of six but served in a single package, 'BURGER BUDDIES' comprise three pairs of co-joined buns, each consisting of two beef patties that are molded together and served with mustard, ketchup, pickles and tasty cheese.
The Colts (21-6) have had high expectations all season while they molded together a team that includes two transfers, two players returning from injury and another newcomer along with its returnees.
Pellets were ground into powder and compression molded together with 30% long-glass mat into 1-ft-square plaques.
Two pieces are molded together to create a cup-within-a-cup appearance.
In addition to finding RBCs, the doctor may find white blood cells that signal a urinary tract infection or casts (groups of cells molded together in the shape of the kidneys' tiny filtering tubes) that signal kidney disease.
Cream cheese is made from smooth particles of cream molded together.
Mar-Con's key technology is the manufacture of TPE (thermoplastic elastomers) components molded together with metal or plastic parts.