peek in

peek in(to something)

To peer, glimpse, or glance in(to something) quickly, shyly, or inconspicuously. The secretary peeked in and disappeared just as quickly when she realized people were in the room. He peeked into the box and saw that his wife had gotten him a new watch for Christmas.
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peek in

(on someone or something) to glance quickly into a place to see someone or something. Would you please peek in on the baby?
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peek in(to something)

to steal a quick glimpse into something. Sam peeked into the oven to see what was cooking. Laura opened the oven door and peeked in.
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3b exhibits the maximum rate of weight loss in nitrogen flow appears around 526[degrees]C, which is attributable to the decomposition of PEEK in nitrogen [4, 25].
NuVasive announced the results of the study "Early Clinical Outcomes Comparing Porous PEEK, Smooth PEEK, and Structural Allograft Interbody Devices for Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion," published online in the Journal of Spine & Neurosurgery, which concludes that the NuVasive proprietary Cohere(R) Porous polyetheretherketone, or PEEK, implant demonstrates a clear benefit in promoting improved early outcomes over structural allograft and smooth PEEK in anterior cervical discectomy and fusion, or ACDF, procedures.
Increasing applications of PEEK in the electrical & electronics, aerospace, and automotive applications are expected to bring new opportunities to the market.
Chemical and thermal behavior of amorphous PEEK in different chemical environments has been investigated in the present study.
This is the right step in creating a fair and even playing field with regard to PEEK in the medical industry.
Increase in the consumption of PEEK in electronics & electrical and medical applications have been observed in Europe due to continued industrialization and rise in the manufacturing sector of the region.
The deployment of Victrex Peek in this application has now made it possible for Parker to offer the most compact rigid couplings on the market.
It is no trick for anyone to perform a quick peek in only a quarter of a second, if they know how.
Indian company Gharda Chemicals launched its own PEEK in the mid-90s and sold the business last year to Solvay, which already had the broadest range of high-performance polymers in the world.
Degussa hopes to achieve cost/performance benefits by using PEEK in multi-material systems and multilayer films.
Yet the suitability of ABS and the blends is limited in some applications, according to Kevin Jennings, general manager of Victrex North America, a supplier of PEEK in Greenville, N.C.
The catcher must also be aware of "peekers" - hitters who like to peek in at the catcher while taking their practice swings.
Chris Lee, at the 2016 NASS meeting in last issue's Editor's Letter (Porous PEEK in the Limelight).
Oil and gas seals made of PEEK in standard sizes and lengths are normally produced in three well established processes namely, injection molding, extrusion, and hot compression molding (HCM).
The demand for PEEK in the European region is likely to remain healthy due to huge demand for the industrial segment.