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Synonyms for caul

part of the peritoneum attached to the stomach and to the colon and covering the intestines

the inner membrane of embryos in higher vertebrates (especially when covering the head at birth)

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While Boeing was developing flexible IML tooling for cocuring hat stringers and cobonding frames on the ACT program, they evolved away from one-piece overall cauls to separate, individual flexible cauls constructed from graphite/epoxy fabric with a layer of Viton[R] fluoroelastomer and an outer layer of FEP film.
The cauls are floating on the surface of the skin and move with the skin during cure to establish the cured part OML whenever and wherever it is at the time the resin gels and things stop moving.
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We typically veneer our projects using a vacuum bag, but in this instance we cut the veneer so that there was overhang on all sides, cut a piece of 3/4-inch plywood the same size as the veneer and, using dozens of clamps and half that number of cauls, adhered the veneer to the torsion boxes.
Citing influences such as At The Drive In and Radiohead, Cauls appear to have hit the right note with North East fans who are already showing their unwavering loyalty to the band.
But with a stiff caul to spread the clamping force, I was able to use fewer clamps, spaced far apart.
But given the situation in the southern part of the US the Cauls could respond to the message.
This collection describes some of the most important cauls of taints and off-flavours, how they can be identified and dealt with.
This Friday will see Leeds fivepiece Eugulls headlining this third installment of the event, with support from Holy Mammoth and Cauls.
Make the cauls from six 2x4s (three on both the bottom and the top) and space them evenly with blocking sized so the cauls will be flush with the top of the arch (Photo 7).