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{a} of to shear
having the hair or wool cut or clipped off as if with shears or clippers; "picked up the baby's shorn curls from the floor"; "naked as a sheared sheep"
{s} shaven, cut off (about hair or wool)
Shorn is the past participle of shear. A past participle of shear. the past participle of shear
If grass or hair is shorn, it has been cut very short. his shorn hair
past of shear
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If a person or thing is shorn of something that was an important part of them, it has been removed from them. She looks terrible, shorn of all her beauty and dignity
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shorn wool
fur of sheep that has been shaved off
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the act of shearing, or something removed by shearing
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To remove the fleece from a sheep etc by clipping
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To cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears

So trenchant was the Templar’s weapon, that it shore asunder, as it had been a willow twig, the tough and plaited handle of the mace, which the ill-fated Saxon reared to parry the blow, and, descending on his head, levelled him with the earth.

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a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger
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To deform because of shearing forces
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a force that produces a shearing strain
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{v} to clip, cut, snip, take off, reap, mow
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cut off, as in: It is time for us to shear the wool from the sheep
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To cut, clip, or sever anything from with shears or a like instrument; as, to shear sheep; to shear cloth
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A deformation in which planes of material slide with respect to one another
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The movement and release of ink from the screen mesh to the garment Plastisol will lower in viscosity under shear from either squeegee pressure or shear from mixer Quick shear plastisols are plastisols that lose thixotropic properties and do not have long threads of ink from the screen mesh before releasing onto garment Quick shear plastisols allow faster printing speeds and sharper image qualities of prints
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A form of strain produced when two layers are shifted along in relation to each other
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Variation in wind speed (speed shear) and/or direction (directional shear) over a short distance Shear usually refers to vertical wind shear, i e , the change in wind with height, but the term also is used in Doppler radar to describe changes in radial velocity over short horizontal distances
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A moving force of material, abruptly changing velocity, that tends to tear away particles from one another
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Hydraulically operated scissor like device for crosscutting the stem of a tree One type of tree shear uses a cutting blade, which closes parallel to the anvil
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To separate or sever with shears or a similar instrument; to cut off; to clip (something) from a surface; as, to shear a fleece
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A condition or force causing two contacting parts of a material to slide past each other in opposite directions parallel to their plane of contact
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The rate of deformation of a fluid when subjected to a mechanical shearing stress
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A pair of shears is a garden tool like a very large pair of scissors. Shears are used especially for cutting hedges. Trim the shrubs with shears. v. shear legs shear wall wind shear
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To become more or less completely divided, as a body under the action of forces, by the sliding of two contiguous parts relatively to each other in a direction parallel to their plane of contact
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An action or stress resulting from applied forces that causes or tends to cause two contiguous parts of a body to slide relative to each other
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Shear gaskets function in applications where loading force is applied to a gasket parallel to the mounting/attachment surface with a uni or bi-directional wiping action
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A method of pruning formal hedges in which the surface of the shrub is trimmed to a uniform surface Back to alphabetical list
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a large edge tool that cuts sheet metal by passing a blade through it (usually plural) large scissors with strong blades (physics) a deformation of an object in which parallel planes remain parallel but are shifted in a direction parallel to themselves; "the shear changed the quadrilateral into a parallelogram"
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a sudden change or "veering" in wind direction and/or in speed vertically and/or horizontally In the lowest 100 mb of the atmosphere, the winds tend to "veer", or turn in a clockwise direction with height, because of the decreased effects of friction Above this level, changes in the wind direction are related to horizontal differences in air temperature If the winds veer with height, warm air would be expected to move into the region However, if the winds "backed" with height (turning in a counterclockwise direction with height), cold air would be anticipated
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To shear a sheep means to cut its wool off. In the Hebrides they shear their sheep later than anywhere else. + shearing shear·ing a display of sheep shearing
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An action, resulting from applied forces, which tends to cause two contiguous parts of a body to slide relatively to each other in a direction parallel to their plane of contact; also called shearing stress, and tangential stress
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Force that tends to divide an object along a plane parallel to the opposing stresses
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To produce a change of shape in by a shear
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(usually plural) large scissors with strong blades
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cut with shears; "shear hedges"
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To reap, as grain
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Strain put on a compound between two surfaces when there is a slipping movement of the two surfaces parallel to and in opposite directions along the length of the joint, such as occurs when an aluminum channel expands to a greater length than a glass panel when both are subjected to the same pronounced rise in temperature This kind of strain tends to rub or knead the compound in opposite directions along the joint, as contrasted to other forms of strains which may try to pull the compound apart, by reason of the strain being at a right angle to the joint
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Unless the term "velocity shear" is used, wind shear refers to differences in direction (directional shear) of the wind at different altitudes
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A shearing; used in designating the age of sheep
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A quasi-horizontal layer moving at a different velocity relative to the layer directly below and/or above
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Fig
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stress involves the application of stress from two opposite directions causing portions of an object to move in parallel but opposite directions Wood is very resistant to shearing perpendicular to the grain and this property is not measured via a standard test Wood shears much easier in a direction parallel to the grain - consider a screw running perpendicular to the grain: it will shear out to the nearest end-grain if a sufficiently large force is applied to the board parallel to the grain Shear stress is measured in psi
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(wind) Variations in horizontal WIND SPEED due to the distance of the wind from the ground The higher the wind is above the ground, the faster it moves because of the reduced friction F - cisaillement S - gradiente transversal de la velocidad del viento
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cut or cut through with shears
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It is the rate of change over a short duration In wind shear, it can refer to the frequent change in wind speed within a short distance It can occur vertically or horizontally Directional shear is a frequent change in direction within a short distance, which can also occur vertically or horizontally When used in reference to Doppler radar, it describes the change in radial velocity over short distances horizontally
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a large edge tool that cuts sheet metal by passing a blade through it
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See Shear, n
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Force that causes a body to shift away from the acting force where it is not supported
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{f} cut off hair or fleece; trim with a sharp tool; deprive of, take away
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To deviate
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an action of force causing or tending to cause tow contiguous parts of an articulation to slide relative to each other in a direction parallel to their plane of contact
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The force tending to make two contacting parts slide upon each other in opposite directions parallel to their plane of contact
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(1) the relative movement of adjacent layers in a liquid or plastic during flow; (2) a cutting machine for printed plastics, laminates, printed circuit boards and the like
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shear the wool from; "shear sheep"
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(physics) a deformation of an object in which parallel planes remain parallel but are shifted in a direction parallel to themselves; "the shear changed the quadrilateral into a parallelogram"
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To deprive of property; to fleece
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A strain, or change of shape, of an elastic body, consisting of an extension in one direction, an equal compression in a perpendicular direction, with an unchanged magnitude in the third direction
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A pair of shears; now always used in the plural, but formerly also in the singular
shorn

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    [ 'shir ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English sheren, from Old English scieran; akin to Old Norse skera to cut, Latin curtus shortened, Greek keirein to cut, shear, Sanskrit krnAti he injures.

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