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When they started with the milk, they poured about 10 percent more milk and 10 percent more cereal than when they poured the cereal first.
The bar molds should be at room temperature when poured.
They had poured some methanol in the can and they had lit it, but the vapors weren't (strong) enough to send the (tennis) ball out of the can.
At the Spice Island Inn, guests sip on a SPICE ISLAND WHITE ROSE: 2 ounces of gin, 1 ounce of lime juice, the white of 1 egg, 1 ounce of orange juice and 1 ounce sugar syrup, shaken well and poured into a highball glass, garnished with a lime wedge.
In this process, a film/fabric seatcover laminate is vacuum formed into the mold, and foam is poured directly behind it, producing an integral seat in one operation with minimal manual labor.
In just under 12 hours, crews poured approximately 500 cubic yards per hour totaling 5,600 cubic yards (or 22.
PROBLEMS--Using manual pouring, a significant amount of iron was being poured on top of the mold.
To determine the optimal conditions of application of the coating for best wear resistance for each of the conditions tested, 12 to 16 castings were poured in two identical molds (Fig.
Sweet did not find out about the WTC steel until three or four months before the casting was slated to be poured.
Metal was poured from the top at a constant rate to achieve the filling time of 2.
Because of its large quantity of components (1,620 active part numbers), Plant B possesses more than 40 of these furnaces, which it prefers due to the range of alloys poured.
Despite the potential for increased cleaning costs, risers were added to the gating systems, and molds were poured at higher temperatures.
However, the alloy is used almost exclusively in the sand casting process because it exhibits poor hot tearing resistance when poured into metal molds.
When metal is poured without any filtering device in the runner, a turbulent flow of metal reaches the gate before the runner is completely filled, entraining air in the process.
When molten iron is poured into a mold, heat from the metal is quickly transferred to the mold and the metal temperature falls.