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a relatively long, straight, rigid piece of metal or other solid material

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The occurrence of downward-recurved petioles and resin rodlets in the wood strongly suggests that this tree was a medullosan pteridosperm (Zodrow 2002, 2003; Laveine and Behlis, 2007).
Other features include: raised ribs that span the entire belt width; an increase in container stability; the support of various sized products; easy changeover of product type; belts that are centre driven with a closed hinge design, which are assembled with nylon rodlets for longer service life; and chains which are available in various widths moulded in blue acetal.
We already use glass rodlets, so for us to use lithium wouldn't be any different," he says.
The black lenses are composed of piles of tiny carbon rodlets, some connected, that are between 50 and 300 microns long, around 30 microns wide, and associated with a dispersed mineral fraction; a few rare micro-charcoal fragments have been observed in the black matrix.