fine-mesh

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fine-mesh

adj neteng- or feinmaschig
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Credit Suisse analyst James Wicklund downgraded Smart Sand to Underperform from Neutral as it is uniquely exposed to secular decline of fine-mesh NWS.
Strain through a fine-mesh strainer set over a medium bowl, pressing with a spoon to extract as much pulp as possible.
Strain the mixture through a fine-mesh strainer, into a separate large, clean jar, pressing down firmly to extract all the juice you can from the grapes.
INGREDIENTS (Makes 12) 180g unsalted butter, plus an extra 10g, melted, for brushing 60g plain flour, plus extra for dusting 200g icing sugar 120g ground almonds 11/2tsp ground star anise (or three whole star anise, blitzed in a spice grinder and passed through a fine-mesh sieve) A small pinch salt 150g egg whites (from 4 large eggs) Finely grated zest of 1 small orange (1tsp) 18 whole blackberries (about 120g), cut in half lengthways For the icing (optional): 60g blackberries (about 8), plus an extra 24 small blackberries, to garnish 3/4tbsp water 1tsp lemon juice 165g icing sugar METHOD: 1.
Fine-mesh guards function like screens, but they block all but the smallest debris.
veins; pass through fine-mesh sieve Spread on parchment paper.
With an extensive product range for both roll-ex fine-mesh straining systems and extrusion systems, Uth GmbH states it is able to provide solutions that significantly contribute to improving product quality and cost-effectiveness with regard to the manufacture of rubber, silicone and tyres.
The design also allows vertical alignment of the top inlet and bottom outlet, allowing the smallest fraction to descend through the screener in a straight-through path at high rates; the larger fractions are ejected through spouts at the peripheries of the coarse-mesh upper screen and fine-mesh bottom screen.
If you want to replace tulips with summer bedding plants but the tulips have not fully died down, make a wide, shallow hole in a spare corner and line it with horticultural fleece or fine-mesh netting.
USE a fine-mesh net to clear duckweed from the surface of ponds or other water features.
Roubik put fine-mesh bags over some branches of flowering blooms on 2-year-old, shade-grown Coffea arabica shrubs.
Fine-mesh flour adds stiffness but hurts impact strength.