A lapped seam is one of the four major types of seams. The types of lapped seams are bound seams and Hong Kong seams.
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There are three different types of roux, white, blond, and brown
There are 11 types of seams which include: abutted, enclosed, exposed, false french, flat-felled, french, fused, glued, hairline, lapped seam with raw edges, and finally overedged seam.
I am not sure why it has different sized seams but I know why it has seams. The seams help it spin . When you spin it it goes faster. try researching
After she lapped in the pool, she took a shower.
It can be, as in car racing : a lapped rival. Lapped is the past tense and past participle of the verb to lap, which can mean to drink with the tongue, or to pass in a race. Lapped may be a verb or adjective.
The ocean waves lapped at the sandy shore. As Jenson Button was limping back to the pits with a punctured tyre he was being lapped by the race leaders.
Because they did not know that seams were important yet. They find out that seams are very useful so they then added seams
Lapped Transforms are used in Digital Signal Processing as a technique to improve spectral estimation. This methodology can be used in various applications such as speech encoding and decoding. This topic is rather complex, but you can see more about lapped transforms and their uses for free by searching "DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING USING LAPPED TRANSFORMS WITH VARIABLE PARAMETER WINDOWS AND ORTHONORMAL BASES"
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Chain stitch - hand or machine stitch for seams or decoration Lock stitch Straight stitch - Straight stitches pass through the fabric ground in a simple up and down motion, and for the most part moving in a single direction. ZigZag stitch Stretch stitch Cover stitch Running stitch - a hand stitch for seams and gathering Back stitch - a sturdy hand stitch for seams and decoration Satin stitch Outline stitch Cross stitch - usually used for decoration, but may also be used for seams
The past tense of "lap" is "lapped".
Yes, they are called coal seams.