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engineering the change in shape of a material that results when the load to which it is subjected causes the elastic limit to be exceeded and is then removed
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How to use permanent set in a sentence
Man, at this present stage of evolution, has twenty teeth in his temporary and thirty-two in his permanent set.
More than twenty teeth in the temporary set, or thirty-two in the permanent set, is hence an atavistic abnormality.
This occurs at all ages, but more particularly at the period of development of the permanent set of teeth.
Fig. 86 illustrates central and lateral incisors of the permanent set perfectly united.
This is equipped with a permanent set radio on the same frequency as that gentleman up front.Warren Commission (2 of 26): Hearings Vol. II (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy