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2molding The frame of wood, metal or plastic surrounding the face of a poster or bulletin
3molding A relatively narrow strip of wood, usually shaped to a curved profile throughout its length, used to accent and emphasize the ornamentation of a structure and to conceal surface or angle joints
4molding decorative strips of wood used for finishing purposes
5molding Decorative trim elements applied to walls, ceilings, and window and door openings
6molding decorative strips of wood used to conceal joints and give a more decorative finished look
7molding Shrinkage Decreased dimensions of a rubber molding, compared with mold cavity, arising from difference in coefficient of thermal expansion of the rubber material, and the mold material, and the chemical change produced by curing
8molding - A process of shaping or forming material through the use of molds, heat, and pressure
9molding A heat and pressure process by which plastic dinnerware pieces are shaped, and simultaneously given a glassy surface finish
10molding A trim piece that may be used either strictly for decoration or for both decoration and to finish a joint
11molding Decorative pieces of wood, often carved, attached by joinery to the joints of a piece of chinese antique furniture
12molding A decorative band of varied contour, used to trim structural members, wall planes, and openings
13molding Shaped ornamental strips applied to and projecting from a surface
14molding A wood strip having a coned or projecting surface used for decorative purposes
15molding see moulding. In architecture and the decorative arts, a defining, transitional, or terminal element that serves to contour or outline edges and surfaces. The surface of a molding may be plain or modeled with recesses and reliefs, which either maintain a constant profile along its length or are set in rhythmically repeated patterns. Types of flat or angular moldings are the fascia, chamfer (or bevel), and fillet (narrow band). Single curved moldings include the cavetto (concave, with a quarter-circle profile), scotia (deep concave), flute (grooved), ovolo (convex, with a quarter-circle profile), torus (semicircular convex), roll (rounded convex), and astragal (narrow semicircular convex). Among the most common compound moldings are the projecting, double-curved cyma recta or ogee, often used as a crown molding, and the cyma reversa, used for crown or base. The profiles of moldings are traditionally enhanced by flower or leaf forms, geometric motifs, or spirals
16molding 1) A decorative recessed or relieved surface 2) A decorative plane or curved strip used for ornamentation or finishing
17molding A decorative strip made from a shaped length of wood or plastic
18molding A thin strip, usually wood, that has been cut, shaped, and/or embossed in a decorative manner Moldings are used as trim, and the two terms are often used interchangeably
19molding An ornamental strip of wood or plaster that protrudes from a ceiling or wall surface
20molding [n] a narrow decorative band of wood found at the top of furniture and columns, and around door and window openings
21molding process of forming something in a mold; that which has been molded; patterned edging, strip of material that is used as trim (also moulding)  isim
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