creep

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

creep

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

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

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

[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 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 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.
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Creep

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

noun a slow longitudinal movement or deformation
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creep

weirdo 1 weirdie noun someone unpleasantly strange or eccentric
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creep

(krēp) a physical property of materials that results in progressive deformation when a constant load is applied over time; it allows soft tissues to tolerate applied loads by lengthening. to move along the ground using the arms and legs for propulsion. The trunk does not touch the ground.
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creep

Type: Term Pronunciation: krēp Definitions: 1. Any time-dependent strain developing in a material or an object in response to the application of a force or stress.
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Creep

[Mobb Deep song] ==Track listing== ===Side A=== ===Side B=== ...
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Creep

(1) Slow mass movement of soil downslope. Occurs where the stresses on the slope material are too small to create a rapid failure. See soil creep. (2) Another term used to describe traction.
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Creep

A time-dependent deformation of a structural member under a sustained constant load.
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creep

Increase in deformation following prolonged loading
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creep

a condition under which a wheel producing tractive or braking effort rotates slightly faster or slower than that required by the speed of the vehicle NOTE - The value may be expressed either in percentage or in absolute terms.
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