Splay

[plastics] Splay is a term used with injection molded plastics to refer to off-colored streaking that occurs when moisture is caught in the material feed, or if the material degrades during processing. That degradation creates a gas, which is the true root cause of splay. If cold material impacts the surface from filling at a high rate of s...
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Splay

[physiology] Splay is a physiological term that refers to the difference between urine threshold (the amount of a substance required in the kidneys before it appears in the urine) and saturation, or TM; in this instance, saturation refers to an exhausted supply of renal reabsorption carriers. In simpler terms, splay is the concentration dif...
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Splay

Chamfer, or sloping face.
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splay

[adj] - turned outward in an ungainly manner 2. [n] - an outward bevel around a door or window that makes it seem larger 3. [v] - spread open or apart
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Splay

chamfer, or sloping face
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Splay

A chamfer, usually on the jamb of a window.
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splay

an opening wider on one face of the wall than another, often inside to allow more light to enter
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Splay

Discoloured visible streaks in the part, typically caused by moisture in the resin
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Splay

Angled reveal, a chamfered surface cut into the walls. The term usually refers to the widening of doorways, windows or other wall openings by slanting the jambs.
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Splay

Splay transitive verb [ Abbrev. of display .] 1. To display; to spread. [ Obsolete] 'Our ensigns splayed .' Gascoigne. 2. To dislocate, as a shoulder bone. 3. To spay; to castrate. [ Obsolete or Prov. Eng.] 4. To turn on one side; to render obliq...
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Splay

Splay adjective Displayed; spread out; turned outward; hence, flat; ungainly; as, splay shoulders. « Sonwthing splay , something blunt-edged, unhandy, and infelicitous.» M. Arnold.
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splay

1. To lay open the end of a tubular structure by making a longitudinal incision to increase its potential diameter. ... See: spatulate. ... 2. The rounding of the corner on the graph relating rate of renal tubular secretion or reabsorption of a substance to its arterial plasma concentration, due primarily to the fact that some nephrons reach their ...
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splay

adjective turned outward in an ungainly manner; `splay knees`
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Splay

• (v. t.) To spay; to castrate. • (a.) Displayed; spread out; turned outward; hence, flat; ungainly; as, splay shoulders. • (a.) A slope or bevel, especially of the sides of a door or window, by which the opening is made larged at one face of the wall than at the other, or larger at each of the faces than it is between them. • (...
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Splay

In architecture and joinery a splay (abbreviated from display) is a slope or bevel, especially of the sides of a door or window, by which the opening is made large at one face of the wall than at the other, or larger at each of the faces than it is between them.
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splay

an aperture which widens as it progresses inwards
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Splay

Splay is American slang for marijuana.
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splay

Type: Term Pronunciation: splā Definitions: 1. To lay open the end of a tubular structure by making a longitudinal incision to increase its potential diameter. 2. The rounding of the corner on the graph relating rate of renal tubular secretion or reabsorption of a substance to its arterial plasma concentration, due primarily to the fact that s...
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Splay

Chamfer, or sloping face.
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Splay

chamfer, or sloping face
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Splay

A beveled or slanted surface, inclined to another surface.
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Splay

A beveled or slanted surface.
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Splay

This is the angle cut to the inside edge of a window frame
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Splay

A small deltaic deposit formed on a flood plain where water and sediment are diverted from the main stream through a crevasse in a levee.
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Splay

A planetary arrangement identified by lack of symmetry and irregularly spaced planets and groups of
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