The hypothesis in the present research was that covering the spaces between the cylinder rasp
bars has a positive effect on corn grain damage during threshing (the percentage of damaged grain decreases) and on grain separation through the concave (the percentage of threshed grains passed onto the straw walkers decreases).
Of the 23 patients in our study, 4 underwent RASP
(Table 1) and 28 OSP were identified.
I then alternately used chisels, rasps
and surform tools to cut the new cove (ogee) which runs down to the shadow line.
Water is continuously pumped on to the rasp
to ensure it never gets too hot and that the horse's mouth stays wet.
A "pull-off" rasp
is an old rasp
no longer used to level the foot.
scored 14 points in the first half, as Camarillo led 38-34.
, who was recently named president/CEO, has been part of the Jandy management team since 1994.
Although crickets and other musical insects rasp
a scraper over a fibbed surface, scientists had never before demonstrated such stridulation in a vertebrate, say Bostwick and Richard Prum of Yale University in the July 29 Science.
When Zora and her father take Raspberry home from the hospital that night, Rasp
berry steals money from Zora's purse to try to even the score.
Brothers Richard and Jeff Grace got the idea in 1990 for a super sharp carpenter's tool called a rasp
Kasten Chase, a provider of data security solutions, has received an order for RASP
Data Security from the US government.
drill bit point and a spiral body with rasp
teeth on it.
Forsythe was the first Riverbed partner in the Americas to be approved into the RASP
This is probably the most useful wood rasp
for "almost final" shaping and finishing.
was then used to remove hard skin on each foot.