|VERB || to warp | warped | warped|
warping | warps
|SYNO ||buckle | deflection | to buckle | ...|
VERB to infinitive | simple past | past participle
present participle | 3rd person
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- The spot welding process tends to harden the material, causing it to warp.
- Incense produced in this fashion has a tendency to warp or become misshapen when improperly dried, and as such must be placed in climate-controlled rooms and rotated several times through the drying process.
- Following several self-released EPs, the group signed to Warp Records in 1993 and released albums such as "Bytes" (1993) and "Spanners" (1995).
- Cunningham has had close ties to Warp Records since his first video for Autechre, "Second Bad Vilbel", which received airplay on MTV's "Amp".
- However, a long-term low-humidity/high humidity environment will eventually cause the soundboard to crack, and the keys and other wooden parts to warp.
- The yarn was sized and the cloth was woven—there would be a high number of weft threads to warp.
- The universe is modeled largely after the "Star Trek" universe, with references to 'warp drive' and 'transporter' beam technology, occasional time travel, the Federation and the Vulcans.
- The company title is an acronym formed from the founding couple's name: Wendy and Richard Pini (in later years the capitalization was changed from WaRP to Warp, a mostly aesthetic move).
- When casting a spell Mages contact the "Maelstrom" to warp reality.
- Overheating was a serious concern for the engine, since the engine block was of an open-deck design, severe overheating could cause the cylinder barrels to warp and pull away from the head gasket, causing coolant leaks into the cylinders and cylinder scuffing.
- The wood was usually oak, often imported from the Baltic region, with the preference for radially cut boards which are less likely to warp.
- s technical consultant Michael Okuda, states that the "Enterprise" can travel at up to warp 9.995.
- Polycarbonate is relatively difficult for casual hobbyists to print compared to thermoplastics such as Polylactic acid (PLA) or Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) because of the high melting point, difficulty with print bed adhesion, tendency to warp during printing, and tendency to absorb moisture in humid environments.
- In the 19th and 20th centuries, old-growth trees were widely used by settlers as lumber, including for railroads. Younger trees are of poor quality for lumber due to the tendency to warp.
- The addition of the wax stabilizer allows a lower preservative retention plus substantially reduces the tendency of wood to warp and split as it dries.
- As power level increases, the wire can overheat and cause the helix geometry to warp.
- The problems stem from poorly placed vents leading to overheating in some environments, causing the plastic mouldings inside the console to warp slightly and create knock-on effects with the laser assembly.
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