Injecting water or steam into the distillation residue to recover light molecules. Stripping is a separation process.
- the removal of covering
- take away possessions from someone
- get undressed
- remove the surface from
- remove substances from by a percolating liquid
- lay bare
- steal goods; take as spoils
- remove all contents or possession from, or empty completely
- strip the cured leaves from
- remove the thread (of screws)
- remove a constituent from a liquid; in chemistry
- take off or......
(a) The displacement of binder from the surface of the aggregate, usually by the action of water or the combined action of water and traffic. (b) The loss of aggregate from surface dressing
Stripping is a technique for removing volatile components in a mixture by bubbling a stream of an chemically unreactive gas (like nitrogen) through the sample, and then 'scrubbing' the nitrogen through a solution or solid adsorbent that can recover the volatile materials.
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• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Strip • (n.) The last milk drawn from a cow at a milking. • (n.) The act of one who strips.
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[chemistry] Stripping is a physical separation process where one or more components are removed from a liquid stream by a vapor stream. In industrial applications the liquid and vapor streams can have co-current or countercurrent flows. Stripping is usually carried out in either a packed or trayed column. == Theory == Stripping works on the...
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[fiber] Stripping is the act of removing the protective polymer coating around optical fiber in preparation for fusion splicing. The splicing process begins by preparing both fiber ends for fusion, which requires that all protective coating is removed or stripped from the ends of each fiber. Fiber optical stripping can be done using a speci...
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[linguistics] Stripping (= bare argument ellipsis) is an ellipsis mechanism that elides everything from a clause except one constituent. It occurs exclusively in the non-initial conjuncts of coordinate structures. One prominent analysis of stripping sees it as a particular manifestation of the gapping mechanism, the difference between strip...
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[printing] Stripping is a dying trade in which film negatives for printed pages are arranged to create printing plates. Negatives may be set up in a pattern to allow a printing press to print 4, 8, 16 or 32 pages at a time, front and back, which are then folded to produce a brochure or book with the correct pagination (see figure)or a varie...
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Strip'ping noun 1. The act of one who strips. « The mutual bows and courtesies . . . are remants of the original prostrations and strippings of the captive.» H. Spencer. « Never were cows that required such stripping .» Mrs. Gaskell. ...
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A shuffling technique which reverses the order of the deck, from the first card to the last.
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Assembling negatives in flats in preparation for making printing plates.
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Bringing in a fly line with in a series of short or varied pulls so as to simulate a living insect or bait fish. Often also involves movements of the rod tip. Tail out
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Bringing in a fly line with in a series of short or varied pulls so as to simulate a living insect or bait fish. Often also involves movements of the rod tip.
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Massaging of the udder at the end of milking to completely empty the udder.
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massaging the udder and pulling on the teats in order to get milk flowing by removing the wax plug from the teat canal.
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massaging the udder and teats in order to get milk flowing. Removing the wax plug from the teat canal.
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Originally, the removal of the photographic emulsion with its image from individual negatives and combining them in position on a glass plate. Now the use of stripfilm materials, and the cutting, attachment, and other operations for assembling. The positioning of positives and negatives on the flat before proceeding to platemaking.
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Positioning film negatives or positives of copy and illustrations for the purpose of creating a printing plate for that ad or page. Also referred to as image assembly.
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Scheduling a programme (such as a series) at the same time, every day of the week. This is the opposite of checkerboarding, which is the standard method of scheduling programs on primetime. (see also Checkerboarding)
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Stripping is a technique for removing volatile components in a mixture by bubbling a stream of an ch
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Stripping: Surgery to treat varicose veins. The problematic veins are 'stripped' out by passing a flexible device through the vein and removing it through an incision near the groin. Smaller tributaries of these veins also are stripped with this device or removed through a series of small incisions. Those veins that connect to the deeper veins are ...
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The positioning of film on a flat prior to platemaking.
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The process of assembling film for type, art and halftones in position for photomechanical reproduction.
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The process of removing cargo from a container.
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