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2a shows the representative scanned image and treated image for PP-D2 scratched under progressive load.
4a, the lowest point (valley) of the scratched profile is always below the original coating surface if there is no debonding.
Furthermore, the more experienced nurses know what the consequences of getting scratched actually are, which naturally makes things even worse for them.
Hand-processed, solarized, toned, bleached, scratched and cut up, she treats the footage, as Fred Camper, noted American critic of the avant-garde, describes it, "as if attacking the place.
Although the patient had earlier denied having been bitten or scratched by a cat, this is the only likely explanation for his condition, and it is probable that he did experience such a trauma but had either forgotten it or not noticed it.
Two-year-old fillies champion Halfbridled was scratched early Friday.
the world's most awarded blended Scotch whisky, borrows a tradition from its bourbon counterparts - scratching the barrels after charring - to create a unique, new liquid: Dewar's Scratched Cask .
These resemble bullets randomly scratched as they were fired.
This witty, compassionate and understated political film combined a text by Bertolt Brecht, which is both sung and presented in scratched titles, with live-action footage and different styles of animation.
LUCKY reader Angela Macleod scratched and matched pounds 5000.
I bought the ticket at my usual location on Sunday and then took it home before I scratched it off," Herston said.
Force to longitudinal fracture (N) vs permanent deformation at N was plotted for each of the clearcoat systems when scratched with the 126 [micro]m tip.
Sections were cut from the scratched area and the characteristics of deformation process and micromechanisms involved were examined.
Murray scratched defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky in favor of Jason Holland, who had played just one previous game for the Kings, and also had a stern warning for defenseman Jaroslav Modry before Thursday's game against the Chicago Blackhawks.
LUCKY Dorothy Logan, of Glasgow, struck it lucky when she scratched off pounds 3000 in our instant scratch game.