Definitions for "Rolling"
Keywords:  billet, mill, squeezing, ingot, slabs
The More General Term Is Breaking And Consists Of Deformation Of The Plant Structure By Flattening The Stem, Loosening The Bond Between The Fibre Bundles And The Wood, And Breaking The Woody Part Into Short Pieces, To Facilitate Their Removal From The Fibre By Scutching.
The reduction in diameter of semi-finished steel products such as billets, blooms and slabs by squeezing the products between horizontal or vertical pairs of rollers. The distinction between cold and hot rolling is the temperature at which rolling is carried out. Cold rolling often takes place at room temperature while the hot rolling temperature range varies from metal to metal. The two processes impart different properties to the products. NatSteel Asia uses cross-country, single- and two-strand tandem bar mills.
One of the final operations in the manufacture of sole leather, by which it is given a smooth surface and even thickness.
(1) (adjective for Blackwood and Gerber) in which the cheapest rebid outside the agreed suit asks for kings wholesale.(2) (adjective for four notrump) encouraging partner to bid slam without making explicit reference to any specific control.
The process of rolling the pattern onto the metal from a hardened steel die. The cheapest way to reproduce an engine turned pattern for mass produced products. The metal is rolled and then pressed into shape. The engine turning will be undamaged even around hinges
The process by which withered leaves are rolled to initiate enzymic oxidation.
the process of crushing the leaves to activate certain enzymes and initiate fermentation. It results in the curled appearance of the final tea leaf.
the process of crushing the leaves to initiate fermentation and impart twist.
a gait in which the rear seems to be swaying and ambling along
Rolling is a process in physiology where a white blood cell connects with endothelium cells via complementary surface adhesion molecules (selectins), rolling along it like a tumbleweed. A result of this can be the standstill of the white blood cell against the endothelium (referred to as tight binding), allowing for diapedesis to start.
a deep prolonged sound (as of thunder or large bells)
characterized by reverberation; "a resonant voice"; "hear the rolling thunder"
a continuous downward performance of backward somersaulting in flight - in the U.S. almost invariably applied to the performances of the Birmingham Roller. There are other breeds which roll in a different manner, but these are still rare here. (Cf. tumbler)
Moving the body with the opponent's punch. Against a straight punch, the movement is backward against hooks, to either side: and against uppercuts, the body movement is backward and away.
The motion by which a ship rocks from side to side like a cradle.
the motion of a ship swinging from side to side caused by the pressure of the waves on the side if the ship
Camera and sound are in motion and the action is ready to be filmed. Rostrum: (Plural: rostra) A moveable platform.
Rolling is an extreme sports video game released in 2003 for Play Station 2 and Xbox. Subsequent Game Boy Advance and Gamecube versions were cancelled due to a declining interest in extreme sports titles. To date, it is one of the only other games depiciting aggressive inline skating apart from Aggressive Inline and the Jet Set Radio series.
Keywords:  billowing, wheel, yacht, tumbling, axis
Rotating on an axis, or moving along a surface by rotation; turning over and over as if on an axis or a pivot; as, a rolling wheel or ball.
Moving on wheels or rollers, or as if on wheels or rollers; as, a rolling chair.
The reduction of the cross-sectional area of metal stock by its passage between rotating rolls.
Having gradual, rounded undulations of surface; as, a rolling country; rolling land.
Occassionally whales will roll at the surface exposing their belly and pectoral fins.
Keywords:  trill, uttered, spanish
uttered with a trill; "she used rolling r's as in Spanish"
A direction called out by the assistant directors when filming begins. Everyone on the set must be absolutely still and silent because of the tremendous sensitivity of the tape recorder used to record dialogue.
The verbal cue for the camera film and audio tape to start rolling.
Keywords:  helpless, robbing, drunks, park, act
the act of robbing a helpless person; "he was charged with rolling drunks in the park"
Keywords:  colic, lying, horse, pain, sign
Horse lying down and rolling over, may be normal or result of pain; possible sign of colic.
The Mezuzah should be rolled from left to right, avoiding folding or forcing it into its case.
A follow up action in which the strategist closes options currently in the position and opens other options with different terms, on the same underlying stock.
Keywords:  posturing, queen, cat, heat
The posturing and rolling of a Queen cat in heat.
When recommended, roll in one direction and then roll in the cross direction. Rolling should be done immediately after placing the flooring into the adhesive. Start at the center of the sheet flooring and work outward to move trapped air to the edges. Rolling flattens adhesive ridges and pushes the flooring into the adhesive for a better bond.
A direction to start recording the sound in a scene.