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- v. Present participle of cushion.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. soft or resilient material used to fill or give shape or protect or add comfort.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of providing with a cushion; a provision of cushions; in machinery, the effect produced by a cushion; a cushion or buffer.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. artifact consisting of soft or resilient material used to fill or give shape or protect or add comfort
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The cushioning is not by error but the result of the stimulus without tax breaks for the rich who own the Rethugican party. jim addison
Over the next four years, these packaging improvements will reduce desktop and laptop packaging materials by approximately 10 percent worldwide, increase sustainable content in cushioning and corrugate packaging by
Interior packaging is typically used in cushioning applications and can be constructed of a wide variety of flexible and rigid foams or of corrugated design.
It would appear from the shoes studied that performance, in terms of cushioning, is not related to cost.
Bubble Wrap cushioning, which is used to protect products in transit, is celebrating its 50th year anniversary.
The latter feature suggests that some kind of cushioning tissue encased the metatarsal ends, and a few titanosaurs preserve what appears to be some kind of soft tissue in this area.
About six or seven leagues from the city itself, the road had changed from hard-packed gravel to black, cracked pavement, a change that had given both Nightingale and her beast relief from the dust, but which gave no kind of cushioning for the feet.
Each stop may now be moved 1/16 inch nearer to a point halfway between them to cause "cushioning" of the piston, by admitting steam before the stroke is quite finished.
Paul Geddes, chief executive of retail banking at RBS, said the bank was 'cushioning' savers from the full impact of the Bank of England's rate cut.
There is no "cushioning" effect of a diversified portfolio - leaving investors disappointed.