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undercast

(ˈʌndəˌkɑːst)
n
(Civil Engineering) a passage of air under a road or mine
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The framework agreement is for the supply of Immobilisation and Associated Products including but may not be limited to; bandage Plaster of Paris rolls and slabs, padded foam slings, non-fibreglass, fibreglass and flexible casting tapes, skin traction kits, synthetic acute splinting systems, natural and synthetic undercast padding, natural and synthetic stockinettes, eco-friendly casting materials and associated casting accessories.
Other key products in the Care division include Fibrella Zorb for surgical wipes, Fibrella Perf for woundcare and Fibrella Wrap, a material for undercast pad dings and cushions, which is sold in South America.
If you are flying between layers--and if the undercast is uneven--there can be some optical illusions that make it tricky to keep the wings and the nose level, but generally it's not that different from any other cross-country flight.
This is one of those phenomena that can only be seen from the air with an undercast below and clear, sunny skies above.
39) The flight was able to fly much of the trip at an altitude of 7,000 feet, which put them above an undercast that concealed them from German forces on the ground.
Smaller roles, for the most part, are surprisingly undercast.
Then, in September of 2008, while on a cross country from Washington state to New York and over Idaho, I was IFR at 13,000 feet cruising above a solid undercast.
But some of the biggest laughs were reserved for Alessandrini's expert skewering of Trevor Numa's overlong, overplayed, undercast and underlit "A Little Night Music," a production created by .
With this thought, I blindly began to comply with their instructions of an aggressive, descending, 270-degree, left-hand turn, with a solid undercast layer over the city of San Diego staring back at me.
The Ugly Sisters--the revival's first cast was the stellar matching of Anthony Dowell and Wayne Sleep--were insufficiently differentiated in character both being seen as mean and aggressive, and a stylistic similarity plagued the Season Fairies, once danced by ballerinas and now undercast.
There was a competent Uncle Vanya from Lodz and an undercast production of Gogol's The Inspector-General, from another famous Polish theater, Teatr Ateneum in Warsaw.