In the late 1900s, it was discovered that one of the primary reasons for the CRTS's success was melt elongation at the intermesh
University of Cambridge scientists say the curved strips of rounded 'teeth' found on its hind legs rotate and intermesh
with those on the opposing limb, much like those in a car gearbox, ensuring almost "complete synchronicity" in leg movement as it jumps.
The lives of four people intermesh
in this suspense-ridden story of human emotion out of control, and relentless, driving fears and passions.
The new alliance is designed to meet the need for the various phases of soft drinks production, preparation and bottling to intermesh
Unlike those of fish-eating crocodiles, Sarcosuchus' upper and lower teeth didn't intermesh
when the jaw was closed, which suggests that the animal had a diet of larger prey.
From standing position, opponents intermesh
all 10 fingers and, at signal, see who can bend the other's fingers back and force him to his knees.
The second is the region of the intermesh
between the screws.
The moving side of the press, with a cam-driven rocking motion, has a row of short, square teeth that intermesh
with mating pockets in the stationary side of the press to bite off uniform, pellet-like granules.