Trape

v. i.1.To walk or run about in an idle or slatternly manner; to traipse.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Compressive testing: Compression to 70% of its original size was done on a TRAPE Ziumez Testing System with a compression release speed of 0.1 mm/min and load of 5 KN.
Following the screening of 'Distances' at the 40 th Cairo International Film Festival (CIFF), during the International Panorama section, Spanish Director Elena Trape reflected on the film, at the Q&A session which took place.
This problem requires us to reflect on Trape et al .[2] which mentioned that tumor marker concentrations in fluid from patients with malignant effusions were significantly higher than those obtained in benign fluids or serum.
(27.) Onocko-Campos RT, Gama CA, Ferrer AL, Santos DVD, Stefanello S, Trape TL, et al.
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Indiscriminate use of synthetic products can result in adverse effects on human health, depending on the form, time of exposure, type of product, and its specific toxicity (TRAPE, 1994).