crine


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crine

(kraɪn)
n
1. (Physiology) the hair
2. (Physiology) a head of hair

crine

(kraɪn)
vb (intr)
dialect Scot to shrivel or shrink
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The ageing process of this polymer could be explained by Crine's model based on the concept of thermally activated degradation and the existence of nanocavities.
"Whitehaven went very smoothly, but technically it was all very straightforward," Crine says.
They left their imprint on the fifteenth- and sixteenth-century Hispano-Jewish romanceamientos of the Song of Songs, as can be gathered from the various terms related to hair -- guedejas, cabelladura, crencha, crines -- used to translate it in the Spanish Bibles.
"Now construction professionals no longer need to rely on out-of-date software and guesswork to calculate their cost estimates," said Robert Crine, president of Marshall & Swift.
With many in the industry agreeing that oil prices are not likely to recover any time soon, officials from the Crine network (an industry-wide initiative to cut offshore costs) said the cost of procuring a barrel of oil from the UK sector of the North Sea should fall from USD12 to USD10 by the year 2000 and to USD8 by 2002.
Since no one would ever say 'I hold her head in my left hand', we conclude from 'en impudicum crine contorto caput/laeva reflexi' (Seneca Hipp.
To cure that black disease--symptomized y crine, violence, unrest (a.k.a.
The Cost Reduction Initiative for the New Era (Crine), the Oil and Gas Industry Task Force 10-year vision of 2000, MER and Vision 2035 stand out.
Crine drama, starring Caroline Quentin and lan Kelsey.
Simon Crine, Ofcom's director for England, said: "This business forum is an important opportunity for us to discuss the key issues with businesses and stakeholders in Tyneside and the North-East.
"Because policyholders participate in the valuation process, they understand their coverage more adequately protects their home," Bob Crine, president of