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dog-ear

1. noun The corner of a page of a book that has been turned down to mark one's place. I always leave a dog-ear in my textbooks to indicate an important page when I'm studying.
2. verb To fold over the corner of a page of a book to mark one's place. I really hate it when people dog-ear their books. It ruins the look of the page!
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In this study, we set out to determine if the addition of peripheral dog ear fixation enhances the biomechanical profile of a TOE rotator cuff repair construct under cyclical loading and load-to-failure conditions.
Central fixation results in the creation of marginal dog ear deformities (D) anterior and posterior to the construct.
The influence of rotator cuff tear size and repair technique on creation and management of dog ear deformities in a transosseous equivalent rotator cuff repair model [abstract].
During load to failure testing, the addition of peripheral dog ear sutures to the standard TOE construct resulted in greater ultimate and yield strength.
Peripheral sutures (Arrows) are inserted at the midline halfway between the medial row (M) and lateral row (L) to secure the marginal dog ear deformities to the lateral row anchors.
30) These so-called dog ears remain detached and may contribute to bursal surface irregularities of the repaired cuff and asymmetric force distribution.
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Adjust separation speed to achieve minimum dog ears.
Malassezia is a common yeast which grows in dog ears, causing the musty smell.
For tuna sandwiches they mime the up and down swimming motion of a fish with their hand and waggling two fingers like dog ears means hot dogs.
To add value, Kenora Forest Products takes a piece of commodity stud and slices it into three pieces with dog ears on one end and then assembles the pickets into an eight foot fencing panel.