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two surfaces meeting at an angle different from 90 degrees

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a hand tool consisting of two rules that are hinged together so you can draw or measure angles of any size

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cut a bevel on

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Bonnie's been teaching me a dance move called the bevel - a knee bend that helps you look more graceful.
Our ability to provide weld-ready contoured bevels without having to machine or grind them saves both time and money throughout the manufacturing process, a savings we pass through to our customers.
ICP and brick surfaces that have small bevels may decrease the amount of WBV that are transmitted to wheelchair users during propulsion, especially at higher speeds.
He said: "There are various bevels of the combs and different thicknesses of teeth that can make all the difference to the way sheep are sheared.
From adjusting image size and using built-in tools to handling multiple layers and creating bevels and sheens, basic beginners will find all the applications covered with plenty of visual reinforcement.
Paula Bevels Thomas, CPA, DBA, accepted the AICPA 2004 Distinguished Achievement in Accounting Education Award in Scottsdale, Arizona, at the spring council meeting.
Most of the women with lower bevels were between 200 and 280 pg/mL, which is considered low-normal.
The hardness of the cutting plate should always exceed that of the die, since this minimizes plate damage and the dulling of die bevels.
Power users will want to use the program's advanced options, which give you unlimited control over glows, bevels, embossing, transparency, texture, edges, soft shadows, blurs, and dozens of other features.
Pollard beveled and glued an 8-inch length inside the face of each crosspiece and side; he angled the bevels with a table saw to match the angle of the tubs' sides.
August Technology was the first to offer automated edge inspection of bevels using an optical image technique, providing new information to its customers about where defects originate, and new opportunities for yield enhancement.
So, while the semi-automatic or automated welding systems required to work on bevels, assuring only a uniformity around the pipe circumference of [+ or -] 0.