Definitions for "Folding"
Keywords:  spatula, gently, airy, beaten, heavier
Means of mixing a light, airy mixture (like whipped cream or beaten egg whites) with a thick, heavier mixture so as not to flatten the air out of the resulting dough. Pour the light mixture over the heavy mixture in a large bowl. With a rubber spatula, cut down to the bottom of the bowl, turn the spatula, carefully lift up some of the mixture and turn over gently onto the top of the mixture. Give the bowl a quarter turn, and repeat only until the mixture is blended.
Usually in baking, to gently mix ingredients when you need to maintain air content, such as whipped egg whites or cream. Best done with a spatula.
To mix a light airy whisked mixture with a heavier one by adding the lighter mixture on top of the heavier one using a large metal spoon in a gentle figure of eight motion to mix. Folding gently combines the two mixtures without losing too much air.
Keywords:  deform, strata, bend, foliation, rock
The deformation of rock layers because of compressive forces to form folds.
the bending of layers of rock, usually due to compression.
The processes by which crustal forces deform an area of crust so that layers of rock are pushed into folds.
Doubling up a sheet of paper so that one part lies on top of another. Folding stresses the paper fibers. To create a smooth, straight fold, heavy papers like cover stocks and bristols need to be scored before they're folded.
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Paper can be folded into a variety of styles to create books, brochures and pamphlets. Folding stresses the paper fibers and can result in cracking. Cover weight and bristol papers should be scored to create a smooth, straight fold.
Keywords:  keepig, inclosures, arable, sheep, land
The keepig of sheep in inclosures on arable land, etc.
The acquisition of 3-D structure by a protein; the pattern of the 3-D structure that is the result of the folding process.
the process whereby a protein molecule assumes its intricate three-dimensional shape; "understanding protein folding is the next step in deciphering the genetic code"
A process in which a protein spontaneously forms into its correct, knotted tertiary structure that is held in place by chemical bonds and by attractive forces between atoms.
Keywords:  plication, napkins, double, act, making
The act of making a fold or folds; also, a fold; a doubling; a plication.
the act of folding; "he gave the napkins a double fold"
Keywords:  seldom, workshop, sheet, wished, plane
Large printed sheet folded to produce a signature of 4,8,12,16,24 or 32 pages
operation which consists in giving in workshop the form wished to plane sheets of which the thickness seldom exceeds 5 mm. The length of the folding machines is generally 4 to 6 meters.
The process by which a press sheet is folded. There are a wide variety of folding options.
One of the converting processes. More information about folding may be found at Webcon Inc.. Bottom Bottom
Keywords:  endeavor, field, new
a relatively new field of endeavor
Hand folding or machine folding mailing materials ready to fit into an envelope.
Whenever a bet is made in poker, other players have the opportunity to "fold" their hand if they don't want to match the bet that has been made. They place their cards in a discard pile and take no further part in the hand.
A player folds by throwing away his cards. After folding, he makes no more bets on that hand, receives no more cards during the hand and cannot win the pot.
Keywords:  knocked, collapsed, box, down, known
BOX: Collapsed box – also known as the knocked down box.
Keywords:  aliasing, velocity, range, applied
Aliasing; applied to both velocity and range aliasing.
The substitution of one graphic character for another. Folding generally maps a larger character set into a subset, and may result in some loss of information. For example, folding allows printing of upper-case graphic characters when lower-case characters are not available.
Keywords:  twice, printed, tri, completion, sizes
To fold printed materials into various sizes. (Z-fold, Tri-fold, etc.)
When a printed document requires folding for completion: ie A3 folded to A4; A4 folded to A5; A4 folded twice to DL
Keywords:  bed, capable, stored
capable of being folded up and stored; "a foldaway bed"
Keywords:  research, active, area
an active area of research