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The use of successive casts to reshape deformed or spastic limbs or contracted joints.
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Explicit conversion from one data type to another.
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An uncocking of the wrists prematurely on the downswing, resulting in a loss of power and control. Also known as "hitting from the top." (Smith had a tendency to swing at and not thr [..]
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c. 1300, "a throwing; late 14c., "a metal casting, a product of a cast;" verbal noun from cast (v.). Theatrical sense is from 1814. Casting couch in the naughty-Hollywood sense is from [..]
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The formation of an empty, hollow crystal form of a dissolved mineral or mineral replaced by a pseudomorph with a hollow center of the original mineral.
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form that results from a liquid substance hardening in a shaped container.
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Explicit conversion from one data type to another.
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cast: object formed by a mold molding: the act of creating something by casting it in a mold the act of throwing a fishing line out over the water by means of a rod and reel the choice of actors to pl [..]
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  An uncocking of the wrists prematurely on the downswing, resulting in a loss of power and control. Also known as "hitting from the top."
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Is when the wrist un-cock too quickly in the downswing resulting in a loss of angle.
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the manufacturing process where molten metal is poured into preformed casts of the clubhead (see investment casting). See golf club design for more information.
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An uncocking of the wrists prematurely on the downswing, resulting in a loss of power and control. Also known as "hitting from the top."
Source: hassan2golftrophy.com

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An uncocking of the wrists prematurely on the downswing, resulting in a loss of power and control. Also known as "hitting from the top."
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See “Lost Wax Investment Casting”.
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See Lost Wax Investment
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Swinging at the ball, rather than hitting through it, is described as hitting early from the top or 'casting', which results in a loss of control and ultimately power. Basically it happens w [..]
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An uncocking of the wrists prematurely on the downswing, resulting in a loss of power and control. Also known as "hitting from the top."
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A process of producing a metal object by pouring molten metal into a mold.
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Jensens Internet Dictionary (See Webcasting.)
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the process of selecting and hiring actors to play the roles and characters in a film production, and be brought under contract; the lead roles are typically cast or selected by the director or a prod [..]
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The act of forming an object, such as a bullet, by pouring molten material into a mold.
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The forming of metal parts by pouring molten metal or other material into a mould. This is the cheapest way of making large quantities of parts that are of shapes that cannot be produced by stamping. [..]
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The process of pouring molten metal into a mould so that the cooled, solid metal retains the shape of the mould.
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Generally describes an unfinished item made of metal that is produced through pouring molten metal into a mold. A casting is later machined into a finished or semi-finished item. Also describes the pr [..]
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(i) The product of a foundry. Molten metal is poured into a mould to produce the desired finished shape, often complex. Castings are mostly made of iron, steel, aluminium, copper alloys and zinc, but [..]
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The process by which a material such as metal or plastic is poured into a mold while in a liquid state and then allowed to solidify, thereby taking the shape of the mold and creating a copy of the ori [..]
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The process of turning liquid steel
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A part made by pouring molten metal into a mold.
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Pouring molten metal into a mould to create a replica object
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Shaping metal by pouring it onto or into a mold.
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Process of pouring molten metal into a prepared mold cavity of a desired shape and allowing the metal to solidify.
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deciding; decisive.
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(n) object formed by a mold(n) the act of creating something by casting it in a mold(n) the act of throwing a fishing line out over the water by means of a rod and reel(n) the choice of actors to [..]
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Conversion of a value from one type to another. Implicit casting is performed silently by the compiler when the casting would not cause any information to be lost (e.g., converting a 16-bit integer to a 32-bit integer value). Explicit casting is coded by the programmer using the particular language's cast operator. This is necessary when the u [..]
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A “cast” part is one that is made by pouring liquid into a mold.
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A corrective action is the formal name for an action taken to correct a design or production process issue that could cause a failure in the field or produce a poor quality product. Corrective actions [..]
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The shape formed by pouring or spraying a plastic or liquid substance into a mold and letting the material harden. Also used to describe the process itself.
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A shape made from cast steel. The term casting may also apply to the process of pouring liquid steel into a mold.
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The lump of indigestible fur, bone, and other material that a bird casts up. This is usually called a pellet in owls. Cere
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The process of hiring the actors to play the characters, usually done by a casting director at auditions, with input from director and producer.
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A Tissue preparation technique that involves the injecting of Plastic (acrylates) into Blood Vessels or other hollow Viscera and treating the Tissue with a caustic substance. This results in a negativ [..]
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Casting is a Forming process used to produce primary and intermediate products (semi-finished products) that can be further processed through forming. A distinction is made between casting in a perman [..]
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In orthotics and prosthetics when a mold or impression of the patient is taken; it is called casting. This cast is taken with fiberglass casting tape or plaster of paris rolls or strips
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A casting is a jewelry setting for a gemstone that is formed in a mold. Click here to shop Jewelry Television castings for rings, pendants, earrings, bracelets and more.
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ger. "casting forth, emitting," s.v. casting vbl. sb. OED. KEY: casting@ger
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A method used by sculptors, it allows them to make copies of their work by using materials such as clay, metal or plastic; placing the material in a mold; and allowing it to harden so that it takes on [..]
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Casting is a creative process by which a molten material such as Bronze or plastic is introduced into a mold, allowed to solidify within the mold, and then ejected or broken out to make a fabricated p [..]
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The process of making a sculpture or other object by pouring liquid material such as clay, metal or plastic into
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The technique of pouring a molten metal or liquid material (which will then solidify) into a mould in order to create a sculptural form that may be fabricated as a limited edit
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The process of making an art object by pouring liquid material into a mold. When the material has hardened, the mold is removed. A primary type of casting is the lost wax process.
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A method in which molten metal is forced into a mold of rubber or plaster, then cooled into the desired shape.
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The method by which Artists produce Sculptures. Liquid materials such as clay, bronze and plastic are poured into a mold and allowed to cool and harden. The material is transformed into the shape of t [..]
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additive process, indirect method: 1. reproducing a sculptural form: usually refers to pouring liquid plaster, metal or glass into a mould where it hardens, in contrast to pressing a more solid materi [..]
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Shape or form a subject by pouring a material into a mold while fluid.
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In this process, liquid material is introduced into a mould and allowed to solidify. Depending on the design and strength of the Mould, this allows for numerous repeated items to be produced.
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A form of glass making that entails melting glass and pouring into a mold or melting glass in a mold to form a glass object. 
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en|audition
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A sculptural process, done by pouring a liquid material into a mold and allowing it to cool or harden. Casting is used to make a replica of an object or to make groups of identical objects. Many mass- [..]
Source: art21.org

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