honeycomb


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a structure of small hexagonal cells constructed from beeswax by bees and used to store honey and larvae

a framework of hexagonal cells resembling the honeycomb built by bees

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carve a honeycomb pattern into

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penetrate thoroughly and into every part

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make full of cavities, like a honeycomb

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Spencer Bourne, chairman of Palladium Group, said: "We are delighted with how well our first venture in Liverpool is progressing and are building on the successful model of Honeycomb Chester, which is already two-thirds let.
It's constructed of three different material combos--durable, woven ripstop bonded to honeycomb fleece in the upper chest; 260-gram performance fleece bonded to honeycomb fleece for the main body; and unbound, 260-gram two-way stretch performance fleece at the elbows and forearms.
They come in 14 lush flavours, from fig and sherry to the best selling honeycomb and salted honeycomb.
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Physical and mechanical properties of a range of commercially produced kraft paper honeycomb stock panels were assessed to provide technical information of interest to primary and secondary manufacturers and product end users.
com/research/tpz95t/global_honeycomb) has announced the addition of the "Global Honeycomb Sandwich Industry Report 2015" report to their offering.
Contract Notice: Honeycomb is seeking to conduct research to assess areas of potentially strong digital content sector collaboration across industry sectors, which can support the growth of the digital content sector in the Honeycomb eligible area*.
The objective of the collaboration is to fabricate honeycomb cores from Durethan polyamides with the help of an automated, continuous process patented by EconCore.
Stacks of tiny honeycomb structures that resemble the build of bone can form superstrong, lightweight matter unmatched by current construction materials.
Many contributions went into proving this conjecture, culminating in the work of Knutson and Tao [4] where they established the "Horn Theorem", namely, if a Hermitian triple (M, N, L) exists, then their respective spectra ([mu], v, [lambda]) would form the edge weights for a combinatorial object called a hive, or equivalently, it was shown, a weighted graph called a honeycomb (again, with edge weights ([mu], v, [lambda])).
Ingredients (makes 8-12 scoops): 85g (3oz) soft fudge; 60g (2oz) honeycomb (optional); 85g (3oz) chocolate chunk cookies; 150ml (5 fl oz) double cream; 30g (1oz) icing sugar; 500g (1lb 2oz) natural yoghurt; 60g (2oz) mini marshmallows Equipment: Chopping board; sharp knife; mixing bowl; sieve; whisk; spatula or metal spoon; two plastic tubs with lids.
Patent 8,303,744 (November 6, 2012), "Method of Making Multilayer Product having Honeycomb Core," Judson A Bradford (Bradford Company, Holland, Michigan, USA).
The vehicle features new front-end styling with an updated lower bumper with chrome accents, a black honeycomb mesh grille, clear-lens corner lights, a more sculpted hood, new-look bumper and lower diffuser panel with a honeycomb mesh vent and a new dashboard.
Someone has suggested that there are three kinds of givers: the flint, the sponge and the honeycomb.