Circumferentially


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Cir`cum`fer`en´tial`ly


adv.1.So as to surround or encircle.
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In the upper part, the structure is circumferentially lined with sheet metal th.
The SIRA applicator circumferentially delivers RF energy, yielding reproducible ablation depths.
Twenty were nodular and five were diffuse involving the limbus circumferentially. There was involvement of Limbus in 3, limbus and cornea in 5, fornix in 1, medial canthus in 15, bulbar conjunctiva in 1 animal.
For knee skin with severe laxity, a comprehensive approach using polydioxanone (PDO) or poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA) threads in both the upper thighs and circumferentially around the knees provides collagen production and tightening of the loose skin.
You bevel the muzzle to an angle circumferentially with a sander or rasp such that it will punch a core out of the potato and subsequently form a nice gas seal.
Note the scoring and scratches both circumferentially due to rotation and horizontally.
Andres [14] proposed a modified bulk-flow model to predict the rotordynamic force coefficients of shallow depth, circumferentially grooved liquid seals by utilizing the results of CFD to evaluate the bulk flow velocity field and the friction factors.
To obtain the fully plastic part of the J-integral for the circumferentially cracked pipes, (8) can be rewritten as
Three types of collector have been used: (1) static plate collector, (2) drum rotating collector, and (3) disk rotating collector, to produce, respectively, random fibers, one direction-orientated fibers, and circumferentially orientated fibers.
A colpotomy was performed circumferentially, and the cervical specimen was excised together with the parametrium at least 2 cm below the internal os.
If the wear band of the rubber was circumferentially non-uniform, the widest and narrowest scratches were marked and then measured by stereoscope.
The oesophagus was then circumferentially excised around the fistulas leaving a 2 cm rim of tissue.