Creep

Creep is slang for a person considered to be obnoxious or servile.
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Creep

Creep is slang for a person considered to be obnoxious or servile.
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Creep

[Stone Temple Pilots song] "Creep" is a song by American rock band Stone Temple Pilots, appearing as the seventh track off the band`s debut album, Core and later released as a single. The song also appears on the band`s greatest hits album, Thank You. ==Music video== There were two videos shot for Creep, the first by director Gus Van Sant b
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Creep

To creep is to practice formation skydiving sequences while laying prone on a creeper
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Creep

the time-dependent permanent deformation that occurs under stress; for most materials it is important only at elevated temperatures.
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Creep

Very slow, continuous downslope movement of soil or debris.
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creep

[n] - someone unpleasantly strange or eccentric 2. [n] - a slow longitudinal movement or deformation 3. [n] - a pen that is fenced so that young animals can enter but adults cannot
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Creep

A permanent deformation in a material which occurs over a period of time, often associated with plant operating at high temperatures.
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creep

Phenomenon when middle pages of a folded section extend slightly beyond the outside pages.
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Creep

A creep is a shelter for young lambs that ewes are not able to enter. Feeding is supplied inside to encourage the lambs to take up solid food.(Picture)
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Creep

Deformation that occurs over time when a material is subjected to constant stress at a constant temperature.
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Creep

The output change of a load cell that occurs over time while it is under load, while all environmental conditions and other variables have remained constant.
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Creep

Phenomenon of middle pages of a folded signature extending slightly beyond outside pages. Also called feathering, outpush, push out and thrust.
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Creep

Deformation that occurs over a period of time when a material is subjected to constant stress at constant temperature. In metals, creep usually occurs only at elevated temperatures. Creep at room temperature is more common in plastic materials and is called cold flow or deformation under load. Data obtained in a creep test usually is presented as a
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Creep

The time-dependent permanent deformation that occurs under stress; for most materials it is important only at elevated temperatures. See also: Stress.
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Creep

The long-term movement which occurs in cohesive soils or geo-synthetic reinforcement when subjected to loads.
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Creep

the time-dependent permanent deformation that occurs under stress; for most materials it is important only at elevated temperatures.
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creep

Time-dependent strain occurring under stress. The creep strain occurring at a diminishing rate is called primary creep; that occurring at a minimum and almost constant rate, secondary creep; and that occurring at an accelerating rate, tertiary creep.
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Creep

Time dependent strain occurring under stress.
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Creep

The movement of the image-area towards the fore-edge in a saddle stitched book/magazine, to a maximum at the centre spread. Can be compensated for by careful measurement of paper width (thickness) with a caliper and moving the image areas progressively throughout the document in the appropriate direction by fractions of a mm.
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Creep

Time-dependent dimensional change in a material under physical load.
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Creep

Creep (krēp) transitive verb [ imperfect Crept (krĕpt) ( Crope (krōp), Obsolete); past participle Crept ; present participle & verbal noun Creeping .] [ Middle English crepen
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Creep

Creep noun 1. The act or process of creeping. 2. A distressing sensation, or sound, like that occasioned by the creeping of insects. « A creep of undefinable horror. Blackwood's Mag. » « Out of the stillness, with gathering creep , Like rising
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creep

Any time-dependent strain developing in a material or an object in response to the application of a force or stress. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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creep

noun a pen that is fenced so that young animals can enter but adults cannot
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