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SINGLE LARGE
LAMINATING SEVERAL SMALLER PIECES
TRAVEL
SPLIT
CUTTING
BREAKING
CHOPS
FRAGMENT
STRANDS
BONE GRAFT
BACK TEETH
SOLID ROCK
NETWORK
MAIN FUNCTIONS
FOOD PROCESSOR
LARGER PIECES
NUMBER
DIVIDING
PROCESS
WEATHERING
RESTRICTION ENZYMES
LEAVES
CHOPPED
FOOD
DIGESTIVE PROCESS
BREAK
SMALLER
FRAGMENTED
PIECES
BROKEN
CRUSHER
SMALLER PIECES
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Definitions

  1. Smaller pieces are required if the gradient of the curvature is large, that.
  2. Other smaller pieces are also cut and curved by steam bending in sets of smaller jigs while the bentside is being made.

Single Large

  1. Parcels are created when a single large property is sub-divided into many smaller pieces of property.

Laminating Several Smaller Pieces

  1. By laminating several smaller pieces of wood, a single large, strong, structural member can be manufactured from smaller timber.

Travel

  1. Like a giant processing center, the stomach churns the food into smaller pieces, preparing it to travel on to the lower part of the digestive tract.

Split

  1. But if you take that same log and split it up into smaller pieces, it will burn much more efficiently, giving you more heat and less smoke and ash residue.

Cutting

  1. Analysis in philosophy or logic is essentially cutting a conceptual whole to smaller pieces.

Breaking

  1. The risk can be further reduced by triggering some sort of destruct mechanism in the falling cable, breaking it into smaller pieces.

Chops

  1. The client software receives the stream of data from the application and chops it up into smaller pieces referred to as data segments.

Fragment

  1. Fragmented packets are usually a result of a router?s need to fragment a large packet that it can only handle in smaller pieces.

Strands

  1. Stomach enzymes attack the protein bonds, breaking apart the protein strands into smaller pieces.

Bone Graft

  1. Smaller pieces of bone graft are placed along the spine to encourage it to heal together.

Back Teeth

  1. Fruits and raw vegetables should be cut up into smaller pieces and chewed on the back teeth.

Solid Rock

  1. At the opposite extreme, he noted, an asteroid consisting of solid rock throughout may shatter into many smaller pieces when hit by another object.

Network

  1. A large packet must be divided into smaller pieces when the packet has to traverse a network that supports a smaller packet size.

Main Functions

  1. One of the main functions of bile is to break toxic substances into smaller pieces.

Food Processor

  1. Add the cubes of butter and with your hands or using a food processor, break up the butter into smaller pieces.

Larger Pieces

  1. That is, larger pieces of DNA will be slower to realign their charge when field direction is changed, while smaller pieces will be quicker.

Number

  1. Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 's decaying orbit around Jupiter passed within its Roche limit in July 1992, causing it to fragment into a number of smaller pieces.

Dividing

  1. Processing the data packet may include dividing the packet into smaller pieces in accordance with the processing or memory limits of the current layer.

Process

  1. The process of cutting up a large stone into a number of smaller pieces often results in a permanent loss of value.

Weathering

  1. Mechanical (physical) weathering: Rocks break into smaller pieces, with each piece retaining the original mineral composition.

Restriction Enzymes

  1. When DNA is subjected to electrophoresis, the DNA is first cut into smaller pieces by restriction enzymes.

Leaves

  1. Remove leaves and flowers from stems, and break roots or bark into smaller pieces.

Chopped

  1. A large piece of DNA is chopped into smaller pieces using a restriction enzyme.

Food

  1. In most dishes in Chinese cuisine, food is prepared in smaller pieces (e.g.
  2. Mechanical Digestion: larger pieces of food get broken down into smaller pieces while being prepared for chemical digestion.
  3. The function of the gallbladder, being a digestive organ, is to break down the eaten food into smaller pieces.

Digestive Process

  1. What it means is that what you put in your mouth is ground up into smaller pieces and mixed with some digestive enzymes to begin the digestive process.

Break

  1. Discusses extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL), a procedure that uses shock waves to break a kidney stone into smaller pieces.
  2. When endopeptidases have chopped proteins into smaller pieces, an exopeptidase is required to break off amino acids one by one off the short chains.
  3. The nuclear force keeps nucleons together, whereas electric repulsion between protons tries to break the nucleus into smaller pieces.

Smaller

  1. The asteroids may not be destroyed by one shot, instead they will be broken into smaller and smaller pieces until they are finally destroyed.
  2. When rocks break down into smaller & smaller pieces, they turn into sand.

Fragmented

  1. Each BAC fragment in the Golden Path is fragmented randomly into smaller pieces and each piece is cloned into a plasmid and sequenced on both strands.
  2. These large masses then collapsed into thin sheets (pancakes) and fragmented into many smaller pieces the size of galaxies.

Pieces

  1. These ants have several differently sized castes especially for cutting up the pieces they are supplied with into even smaller pieces.

Broken

  1. If a TCP segment is broken into smaller pieces, the receiving device knows whether all pieces have been received.
  2. Network layer packets can be broken down into smaller pieces if necessary so that these packets can travel across a link with a smaller MTU.
  3. The IP process in which a packet is broken into smaller pieces to fit the requirements of a physical network over which the packet must pass.

Crusher

  1. As the ore is fed into the top of the crusher, it is squeezed between the two cones and broken into smaller pieces.
  2. A crusher is a machine designed to reduce large solid material objects into a smaller volume, or smaller pieces.

Smaller Pieces

  1. Food enters the mouth and is immediately broken down into smaller pieces by our teeth.
  2. The teeth in the front of the mouth (incisors, canine and bicuspid teeth) are ideal for grasping and biting food into smaller pieces.
  3. As the stains are broken into smaller and smaller pieces, more light passes through the teeth and makes them look lighter.

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