flange

[n] - a projection used for strength or for attaching to another object
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Flange

An effect caused by an approximately even mix of a modulated (varying) short delay with the direct signal.
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Flange

an effect applied to a sound wherein a delayed version of the sound is mixed with the original. An effect created by layering two identical sounds with a slight delay (1- 20 mS) and slightly modulating the delay of one or both of the sounds. The term comes from the early days of tape recording when delay effects were created by grabbing the flanges...
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Flange

A relatively thin rim around a part.
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Flange

Flange transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Flanged (flănjd); present participle & verbal noun Flanging (flăn'jĭng).] (Machinery) To make a flange on; to furnish with a flange.
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Flange

Flange intransitive verb To be bent into a flange.
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flange

That part of the denture base which extends from the cervical ends of the teeth to the border of the denture. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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flange

noun a projection used for strength or for attaching to another object
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Flange

Larger part of wheel form used as principal means of railway vehicle guidance system. See Wheelset.
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flange

Type: Term Pronunciation: flanj Definitions: 1. That part of the denture base that extends from the cervical ends of the teeth to the border of the denture.
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Flange

A circular projection forming the outside diameter of a part
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Flange

The projecting edge of a structural member.
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Flange

Part of a putter that sticks out from the back of the club head.
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flange

The additional surface of the club head which protrudes at the sole
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Flange

This refers to a part of a clubhead jutting out from the rear. Flange is the thin strip of metal sitting along the ground.
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Flange

In an I-beam the flanges are the horizontal lines at the top and bottom of the capital I cross-section. In an H-beam they are the verticals in the H. See also Web.
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Flange

a projecting rim or edge
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Flange

Used to create a 'flanging' effect. Flanging is commonly done using an electronic processing device to filter an input signal. This treatment introduces harmonically related notches in the filter response.
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Flange

Mounting endshield with special rabbets and bolt holes for mounting such equipment as pumps and gear
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Flange

1. The back edge of the sole (bottom) of an iron club (usually associated with the sand wedge) 2. A
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Flange

A relatively thin rim around a part.
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Flange

A relatively thin rim around a part.
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flange

(Say: flan - j) - What the spokes fit into on hubs.
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Flange

In an I-beam the flanges are the horizontal lines at the top and bottom of the capital I cross-section. In an H-beam they are the verticals in the H. See also Web.
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flange

Flattened or expanded extension of a margin.
Found on http://www.anbg.gov.au/cpbr/cd-keys/orchidkey/html/glossary.html
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