What do you meaning by pressure flaking?
This term generally occurs in reference to stone tools. An edge can be put on a stone by striking it with another stone in a precise way; however, more delicate shaping can be achieved by gradually increasing the pressure on the stone in a very small area, using something pointy like an antler prong. This is pressure flaking.
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As a noun, pressure means a exertion of force by a body over another. It also means a force that compels someone to act, for example, moral or coercive pressure. As a verb …it means to compel or force.
to fall off in shaved pieces
In a space that is "pressurized," the air pressure has been made higher than it would be naturally. This is accomplished by forcing (pumping) air into the space. A common appl…ication is in aircraft, where, to allow normal breathing, the cabin air pressure has to be higher than the "thin" (low-pressure) ambient air found at high altitudes. Conversely, a diving suit may have to be pressurized to withstand the water pressure found below the surface.. (In fact, a space can be pressurized with any gas; but if not specified or understood from the context, it is generally assumed that the gas is air. Gases that are highly pressured into storage containers -- cylinders, tanks, and the like -- are said to be "compressed" or "liquified," rather than merely pressurized.). In a "negatively-pressurized" (or "negative-pressure") space, the air is forcibly exhausted, which leaves that space at a lower pressure than ambient. The purpose is usually to exhaust air that is contaminated (e.g., with pathogens or other hazardous materials or gases), and allow it to be replaced with cleaner surrounding air which enters the space because it is at normal pressure.
Scalp also known as dandrif
A Flake of hay is a 3 to 4 inches thick (typically, but can be thinner) and is made as the hay is baled. The baler picks up clumps or patches of hay and compresses them into b…ales in layers. Once the bale is finished it is tied up into a neat rectangular package. When you cut the ties on the hay it will come apart a bit and you can see each flake that went into the bale. Many people, especially horse people tend to feed horses by the flake, which is an incorrect way to feed animals as each flake may weight out differently even though they are the same overall dimensions. Flakes are also called Slices, pats, sections, leaves (or leafs), or biscuits, depending on what part of the world you live in.
flakes are white stuff in your hair.
Flake can describe someone who is. - unconventional, unusual, eccentric, bizarre, freakish, off-the-wall. - unreliable or irresponsible. - absent-minded or clueless
it means that your lame, you dont really no anyone. your mostly corny
it means the ground temperature is 36 degrees or below. The light is actually a snow flake which warns you to drive careful because there may be icing on roadway.
high pressure makes good weather because the air mass rises
it means you have dandruff
In Literature & Language
First, most of her biographers say this poem was influenced by the Civil War, and she points out the irony of so many sudden deaths, comparing them to other transient things i…n nature --like flakes, like stars, like petals from a rose. The men were here, and now, suddenly, they are gone. They perished (died) in the seamless grass, and only God knows who they were. The line about "across the June" probably continues with the contrast between the tragic death of the soldiers and the beauty of the month of June, when summer arrives in the east-- the warmth of June contrasted with the eternal coldness of the grave.
foamy flake meaning
In Blood Pressure
Systolic pressure is the peak pressure in the arteries, which occurs near the end of the cardiac cycle when the ventricles are contracting.. Diastolic pressure is the minimum… pressure in the arteries, which occurs near the beginning of the cardiac cycle when the ventricles are filled with blood..
Pressure = Force / Area It's basically the force applied to something over the amount of area that force is applied on to. This means that smaller plate with the same weight… as another plate will sink further into mud. Hope that helped :)