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Synonyms for tearing

marked by extreme intensity of emotions or convictions

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They found strain rate can be used in simulations to predict locations susceptible to hot tearing in this alloy.
Their work concludes that a new orientation direction is established in the middle of the tear process, and that the degree of orientation differs depending on the tear strength of the film and the tearing direction.
There is an expected increase in the rate of reflex tearing when contact lenses are applied, especially in rigid gas permeable (RGP) lens patients during adaptation, (11) but there are few studies that have examined the long-term effects of contact lens wear on tear production.
The reason you need moisture for eyes that already "water" is that tearing is frequently due to irritation.
Predicting the changes in the tearing energy as ar elastomer ages over long periods of time would be useful in predicting failures of many automotive elastomeric components.
Symptoms include discomfort in the eyes, itching, redness, excessive tearing, a gritty feeling or feelings of strain in the eyes.
However, the alloy is used almost exclusively in the sand casting process because it exhibits poor hot tearing resistance when poured into metal molds.
His first elbow injury occurred in 1994 and he missed the 1995 season after tearing the ulnar collateral ligament the following spring.
To prevent tearing in a nail that has been loose for a while, cut all the loose nail away at the attachment site.
Laboratory tests indicate that MPE-B may provide improved performance against tearing and abrasion in hiking boots.
However, when Kaswan and her colleagues tested cyclosporine eye drops in dogs, they found the drug substantially restored tearing, reduced corneal scar tissue and speeded the healing of corneal ulcers.
The patient was admitted with crushing chest pain at Monash Medical Centre in Melbourne, Australia and diagnosed with an aortic dissection, the same tearing of the body's main blood vessel that killed American actor John Ritter.
Although the problem of hot tearing has been known for many years, and the relationship between melt chemistry, temperature and stress has been investigated, only recently have unified solidification and stress simulations been used to predict hot tearing problems in steel castings.
Richard Sybert, the failed state Assembly candidate who gained notoriety for tearing down his opponents' campaign signs last month, settled a civil suit with the city this week and paid $1,000 in fines.
State Assembly candidate Rich Sybert, who has admitted tearing down rival Tony Strickland's campaign signs, now says he was following the lead of his former campaign worker - Strickland himself.