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side wall

1. A wall that forms the side of a building or other structure. OK, class, line up at the side wall! At every school dance, Peggy found herself drawn to boys who leaned against the side walls and looked as if they had no interest in being there.
2. The side of the tire on a motor vehicle. A: "How will I know what kind of tires to get?" B: "Well, there's information printed on the side wall of a tire—you can look there to find out more about the ones you currently have."
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Provided is a pneumatic tire including a sidewall and a carcass, the sidewall being produced from a rubber composition for a sidewall which has a specific sulfur content, the carcass being produced from a carcass cord covered with a rubber composition for a carcass topping, and the sulfur contents of the rubber composition for a sidewall and the rubber composition for a carcass topping satisfying a specific relationship.
The bins feature free-span roofs in addition to a sidewall system that incorporates a smooth inner wall sheet laminated to a corrugated outer wall sheet.
Sensors are playing a big part in providing the tire industry with a sidewall inspection system that can identify and measure bulges, dents, and depressions as small as a thousandth of an inch.
Highlights in the line include Celebration, a floral sidewall with shades of green and gold and a deep brick red on a cream-colored field; Sunsplashed, a sidewall with a marbleized ground in a creamy, pale yellow, and Ironwork Filigree, an architectural scroll work design in such colors as deep plum, forest, sage and blue-grays.
Currently, consultants are assisting AfriOre in rectifying a sidewall problem close to the base of the hole.
The sidewall gum strip extends radially upward from a curved portion of the chafer, wherein the sidewall gumstrip is located axially between the at least one carcass ply turn-up end and a sidewall.
Each of the tires comprises, in each sidewall, at least one additional layer of reinforcing elements forming with the circumferential direction an angle of between 20[degrees] and 60[degrees], the orientation of the reinforcing elements of the additional layer in a sidewall being symmetrical to the orientation of the reinforcing elements of the additional layer in the other sidewall in relation to the equatorial plane, the angle formed by the plane comprising a reinforcing element of an additional layer with a radial plane comprising the radially inner end of said reinforcing element being oriented in the direction of rotation of the mounted assembly corresponding to the forward movement of the vehicle in the rear tire and in the opposite direction in the front tire.
The tie layer is capable of bonding the veneer to a sidewall compound of a tire sidewall.
The presented method gives the possibility to measure mean values of the dimension of a sidewall, as well as a tread at a defined position given by a laser trace.
A sidewall inspection process must detect all suspect products such as bulges and dents, while minimizing false rejects or classifying a good tire as defective.
In many building systems today, the only builder intervention is in making a sidewall or tread splice, if he is needed to do these.
This new polymer, in combination with appropriate blends of general purpose rubbers, gives a sidewall composition to meet current and future tire performance requirements.