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synonyms for matrices

  • cast
  • forge
  • form
  • grid
  • model
  • mold
  • origin
  • pattern
  • source
  • womb
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antonyms for matrices

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  • disorganization
  • effect
  • end
  • result
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His arm was against the chart case, his fingers near the sealed tubes that held the jump matrices.
DEATHWORLDHARRY HARRISON
The metal instantly solidifies, forming a slug (p. 063)having on its edge raised characters formed by the matrices.
THE BUILDING OF A BOOKVARIOUS
The gangues (mineral matrices) of native silver are so numerous, that it may be said to occur in all kinds of rocks.
A DICTIONARY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES AND MINESANDREW URE
Each channel has at the lower end an escapement B to release the matrices one at a time.
A BOOK OF EXPOSITIONHOMER HEATH NUGENT
This done, the matrices are returned to the magazine and distributed, to be again composed in new relations for succeeding lines.
A BOOK OF EXPOSITIONHOMER HEATH NUGENT
The teeth in the upper ends of the matrices are engaged with a toothed bar R, known as the second elevator.
A BOOK OF EXPOSITIONHOMER HEATH NUGENT
Thus it is that the alternate rising and falling of the two escapement pawls permits the matrices to escape one at a time.
A BOOK OF EXPOSITIONHOMER HEATH NUGENT
This is done that the matrices may be temporarily released to facilitate the accurate adjustment demanded.
A BOOK OF EXPOSITIONHOMER HEATH NUGENT
Franklin succeeded in contriving a mould, struck the matrices in lead, and thus supplied the deficiencies of the office.
FOUR AMERICAN LEADERSCHARLES WILLIAM ELIOT
The oldest of all the matrices is lime, and many splendid examples of its use by the Romans still exist.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 6, SLICE 7VARIOUS
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