rolling wave


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a long heavy sea wave as it advances towards the shore

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Which is where we found what the embalmer'd saved: a rack like a rolling wave, wide as a brag of plenty, a great gray bone of twisted scoops and spears that could catch a whole day's weather.
Designed to freeze IQF products, such as diced and sliced products, pizza toppings, sausage links and crumble, wings, and any other small items that tend to clump or stick to belts, the CRYOLINE CW freezer uses a proprietary, rolling wave action that gently tumbles layered products to maximize yield by minimizing fines loss and locking in moisture, a distinct competitive advantage over conventional flighted freezers.
The crisis can be viewed as the latest in a rolling wave of financial trauma that perhaps surfaced in the mid 1990s - a veritable richness of embarrassments for deregulated capital markets, but one that is firmly financial in nature.
A rolling wave, however, can be a dream to fish in, especially if there are lots of wind lanes.
Third-placed Themoonandsixpence sets the form in a useful context, and Rolling Wave looked one of the most likely improvers in running on for fourth.
As embers and ash fell around them and a rolling wave of extreme heat, fire and smoke rapidly approached, a stranded couple in their 50s who had been camping nearby sought help from Welch.
The dual-function freezer's patented, controllable, rolling wave action delivers the highest attainable IQF product throughput rate.
With three big wins from Over The Creek, Tamarinbleu and Osana, Pipe finally brought the rolling wave of Paul Nicholls's recent run to a halt and, while he must have been chuffed, it would surprise me if the satisfaction didn't run even deeper with his old man.
Synchronised marching forward with guitars and rolling wave actions mid riff were very entertaining if a bit cheesy.
Conversely, it is expected that advances in dependability and affordability relative to newer used models, as well as a rolling wave of lower supply stemming from the recession will keep prices for older models high over the same period.
The simulator's powerful water jets are designed to recreate the feel and force of a crashing, rolling wave, but with padded sides and a floor.
With three big wins from Over The Creek, Tamarinbleu and Osana, Pipe finally brought the rolling wave of Paul Nicholls' recent run to a halt and, while he must have been chuffed, it would surprise me if the satisfaction didn't run even deeper with his old man.
The Maglev, short for magnetic levitation, sits on a magnetic cushion while surfing a rolling wave of electricity and could be in place by the end of the decade.
The maglev's carriages float 1cm above a magnetic track and are driven along by a rolling wave of electricity.
This eastward rolling wave of capital, and our integration into Europe, created conditions in which the Irish economy sky-rocketed.