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- n. The state of being stretchable
- n. The extent to which something is stretchable
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- n. the capacity for being stretched
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Reading between the lines, it seemed that Kiper then sort of tipped his cap to Holt, conceding that perhaps Williamson would give the Vikings "big-time vertical stretchability."
Muslin's the traditional test material, but if your beloved fabric is a knit, for example, you'll want to test the pattern first in a knit with the same stretchability.
I'm making this one in 2 x 2 rib which I like a lot for its stretchability.
Generally, you can test your own mucus by gently inserting your finger into your vagina and examining it for the tactile feel and stretchability.
The coach has no stretchability at the Point, right?
'We have been focussing on the effect of oestrogen, the primary female sex hormone, on tissue compliance or stretchability.
It lacked the softness and stretchability of great New York - style pizza.
The ability to fully conform and wrap around large areas of curved tissues will require stretchability, as well as flexibility.
The fabrics retained flexibility and stretchability of regular cotton and polyester, and kept their new e-properties under conditions that simulated repeated laundering.
"Wearable electronics represent a developing new class of materials with an array of novel functionalities, such as flexibility, stretchability, and lightweight, which allow for many applications and designs previously impossible with traditional electronics technology," Yi Cui and colleagues note.
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