clad

A copper object on a printed circuit board. Specifying certain text items for a board to be ‘in clad` means that the text should be made of copper, not silkscreen.
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clad

[adj] - having an outer covering especially of thin metal
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Clad

• (v.t) To clothe. • of Clothe • imp. & p. p. of Clothe.
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clad

adjective having an outer covering especially of thin metal; `steel-clad`; `armor-clad`
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Clad

Clad imperfect & past participle of Clothe .
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Clad

Clad transitive verb To clothe. [ Obsolete] Holland.
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clad

Coins with a core of one alloy, covered with a layer or coating of another. US half dollars from 1965 to 1970, for example, had a core of 21% silver and 79% copper, bonded to outer layers of 80% silver and 20% copper. More recently, however, coins usually have a body in a more economic alloy, with only a thin cladding of a more expensive material, ...
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clad

Composed of more than one metallic layer, e.g. dimes, quarters, and halves currently minted by the U.S.
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clad

Composite coinage metal strip composed of a core, usually of a base metal such as copper, and surface layers of more valuable metal, silver (or sometimes copper-nickel). Cladding is a cost-saving measure, making coins cheaper to produce while maintaining a desired appearance.
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CLAD

Stands for the 'Censored Least Absolute Deviations' estimator. If errors are symmetric (with median of zero), this estimator is unbiased and consistent though not efficient. The errors need not be homoskedastic or normally distributed to have those attributes. CLAD may have been defined for the first time in Powell, 1984. Source: statalis...
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Clad

Thin walled metal enclosure that forms the outer shell of nuclear fuel and prevents the release of plutonium dioxide and alpha particles into the environment.
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clad

wearing or provided with clothing
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