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Synonyms for blotch

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Synonyms for blotch

a discolored mark made by smearing

to mark or soil with spots

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Synonyms for blotch

an irregularly shaped spot

mark with spots or blotches of different color or shades of color as if stained

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Its failure to dry before hitting the winder resulted in blotching.
When B > 1, wet winding will occur and thus result in blotching. From (30), it can be seen that blotching is governed, respectively, by a density ratio, a group comparing humidity to volatility, an aspect ratio, and a dimensionless line speed.
Equation (31) captures the nonlinear coupling of the metering and the drying and is recommended for troubleshooting blotching by upstream adjustment.
Blotchability is a new dimensionless group that governs when blotching will occur.
Ralph Manns, a fishery scientist and long-time contributor to In-Fisherman, believes handling through catch-and-release can cause blotching, based on observations at a local pond and Lake Fork, Texas.