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  • 141 Fold-Thrust Belt — A Fold Thrust Belt is a series of mountainous foothills, adjacent to an orogenic belt, that form due to compression. Fold thrust belts commonly form in the forelands adjacent to major orogens as deformation propagates outwards. Fold thrust belts… …

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  • 142 fold-down — /fohld down /, adj. designed to be folded out for use and collapsed when not in use: a fold down tray on the back of an airplane seat; a fold down trailer for camping. [adj. use of v. phrase fold down] * * * …

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  • 143 fold-down — /fohld down /, adj. designed to be folded out for use and collapsed when not in use: a fold down tray on the back of an airplane seat; a fold down trailer for camping. [adj. use of v. phrase fold down] …

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  • 144 Fold soke — The relationship between tenant and lord which tied a man s sheep to his lord s fold. The purpose was to ensure that the lord s land was manured by the sheep. It was termed a consuetude, a custom one most frequently found in East Anglia which a… …

    Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • 145 fold sth into sth — UK US fold sth into sth Phrasal Verb with fold({{}}/fəʊld/ verb [I] ► to make a smaller business part of a larger one by joining them together: » The company s investment banking arm was folded into a new group earlier this year. ► to make… …

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  • 146 fold something double — to fold something so that is has two layers of equal size Fold the paper double to make it stronger …

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  • 147 fold-soke — A feudal service which consisted in the obligation of the tenant not to have a fold of his own but to have his sheep lie in the lord s fold??? …

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  • 148 fold-soke — A feudal service which consisted in the obligation of the tenant not to have a fold of his own but to have his sheep lie in the lord s fold??? …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 149 fold back — phr verb Fold back is used with these nouns as the object: ↑shutter …

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  • 150 fold into — phr verb Fold into is used with these nouns as the object: ↑fourth, ↑quarter …

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  • 151 fold into — see fold in …

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  • 152 fold one's arms — bring one s arms together and cross them over one s chest. → fold …

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  • 153 fold something in/into — mix an ingredient gently with (another ingredient). → fold …

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  • 154 fold-out — UK / US adjective a fold out table, bed, or page is kept folded in a smaller shape when you are not using it …

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  • 155 fold filter — lankstytasis filtras statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Lygiomis klostėmis sulankstytas popierinis kūginis filtras. atitikmenys: angl. fold filter; folded filter rus. складчатый фильтр …

    Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • 156 fold paper — lankstomasis popierius statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Sulankstyta popieriaus juosta taip, kad klostės formatas atitiktų standartinį popieriaus formatą, naudojama spausdinimui arba braižymui. Paprastai lankstomasis popierius būna… …

    Enciklopedinis kompiuterijos žodynas

  • 157 fold-garth —  a fold, a farm yard, taken simply. North …

    A glossary of provincial and local words used in England

  • 158 fold soke — noun Etymology: Middle English faldsok, faldsoken, from fald, fold + sok, soken soke : foldage …

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  • 159 fold yard — noun Etymology: fold (I) Britain : an enclosure for sheep or cattle …

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  • 160 fold one's tent — verb To withdraw, especially in a discreet manner; to disengage; to quit. And the night shall be filled with music, Syn: chicken out, cut and run, stand down …

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