They shouldn't be alone out here in the woods, necking like this.
And stop this necking before the kids come in.
localized necking may occur, reducing load bearing capability.
The capitals are remarkable, inasmuch as the necking immediately below the echinus is decorated with a band of leaves, the arrangement of which varies in different cases.
thick, and is terminated by a rounded apex united by a necking to the shaft.
Often, a considerable amount of plastic deformation - including necking - is observed in the failed component.
The concentration of the important sites means that you can do most of your rubber necking on foot.
Most steering faults are the result of turning into or out of junctions too wide (swan necking ).
Plain roll necking, and apparently no impost but a plain grooved abacus.
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