casing

steel pipe placed in an oil or gas well as drilling progresses to prevent the wall of the hole from caving in during drilling, to prevent seepage of fluids, and to provide a means of extracting petroleum if the well is productive.

Casing

Molding of various widths, thickness and shapes applied to the framework of window and door units.

casing

  1. the housing or outer covering of something
  2. the outermost covering of a pneumatic tire
  3. the enclosing frame around a door or window opening
  4. look over, usually with the intention to rob

Casing

Molding of various widths and thicknesses used to trim door and window openings at the jambs.
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Casing

Traditional casings refer to the outer-coverings of animal organs, such as the intestines or bladder. The casing can be of various lengths, sizes and thicknesses, and greatly affects the aging potential of meat inside. Casings may also be made of synthetic materials, such as collagen. Natural casing are completely edible (although some people d...
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Casing

- Wood trim molding installed around a door or window opening.
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casing

(from the article `petroleum production`) Modern wells are not drilled to their total depth in a continuous process. Drilling may be stopped for logging and testing (discussed below; see Well ... ...preliminary tests show that one or more of the formations penetrated by a borehole will be commercially productive, the well must be prepar...
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casing

(from the article `sausage`) ...used in sausage making includes salt and, depending on the ethnic or regional origin of the recipe, coriander, nutmeg, cloves, garlic, vinegar, ...
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casing

(Say: kay - sing) - The material that makes up tire sidewalls.
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casing

[n] - the outermost covering of a pneumatic tire 2. [n] - the enclosing frame around a door or window opening
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Casing

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Cash • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Case • (n.) An inclosing frame; esp. the framework around a door or a window. See Case, n., 4. • (n.) The act or process of inclosing in, or covering with, a case or thin substance, as plaster, boards, etc. • (n.) An outside covering, for protection or ornament, or to prece...
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casing

noun the enclosing frame around a door or window opening; `the casings had rotted away and had to be replaced`
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Casing

[borehole] Casing is large diameter pipe that is assembled and inserted into a recently drilled section of a borehole and typically held into place with cement. ==Purpose== Casing that is cemented in place aids the drilling process in several ways: A slightly different metal string, called production tubing, is often used without cement in ...
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Casing

[sausage] Casing, sausage casing, or sausage skin is the material that encloses the filling of a sausage. Casings are divided into two categories, natural and artificial. Artificial casings, such as collagen, cellulose, plastic, and extruded casings, are relatively new to the field, mainly borne of market demand during the technological adv...
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Casing

[submarine] The casing of a submarine is a light metal structure, usually incorporating a deck, built-up and-over the upper surface of the vessel`s pressure hull. The pressure hull of a submarine is usually cylindrical and possesses a low freeboard when in the water, which makes walking on the hull when on the surface dangerous in high seas...
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Casing

Cas'ing noun 1. The act or process of inclosing in, or covering with, a case or thin substance, as plaster, boards, etc. 2. An outside covering, for protection or ornament, or to precent the radiation of heat. 3. An inclosing frame; esp. the framework around a door or a window....
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Casing

A hem with an opening so that ribbon or elastic may be drawn through.
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Casing

A solution of flavoring additives used for spraying onto tobacco or stems.
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Casing

A solution of flavoring additives used for spraying onto tobacco or stems.
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Casing

Boards fixed in door openings to hide the wall edges and support the door.
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casing

Door and window framing. Related categories • BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE
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Casing

Material used to surround partially or completely a structural member for fire resistance or decorative purposes. (Concrete casing, spray casing, board casing.)
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Casing

metal pipe inserted into a well bore and cemented in place to protect both subsurface formations (such as ground water) and the wellbore. A surface casing is set first to protect groundwater. The production casing is the last one set. The production tubing (through which hydrocarbons flow to the surface) will be suspended inside the production casi...
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Casing

Steel pipe placed in an oil or gas well to prevent the hole from collapsing.
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Casing

Traditional casings refer to the outer-coverings of animal organs, such as the intestines or bladder. The casing can be of various lengths, sizes and thicknesses, and greatly affects the aging potential of meat inside. Casings may also be made of synthetic materials, such as collagen. Natural casing are completely edible (although some people do...
Found on http://www.murrayscheese.com/meat_glossary.asp
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