Some articles on mould, moulds:
... Unlike most other types of cheese, the curd is ladled directly into its mould which contains tiny holes for the whey to run off naturally. 90-100% humidity) for between 10 and 30 days during which time it dries as the mould forms on its exterior ...
... At the end of the third stage, concrete is struck off flush to the top of the mould ... The mould is carefully lifted vertically upwards, so as not to disturb the concrete cone ...
... In the same conversation, Bret mentions his mould collection ... He refers to one mould by name, which he pronounces 'Aspergillius Finigus' ... is possible he is just mispronouncing the word 'fungus', or the real mould 'Aspergillus fumigatus' ...
... Simoldes is a Portuguese mould maker company headquartered in Oliveira de Azeméis ... Claimed to be Europe's largest mould maker, Simoldes Group Mould Division supplies plastic injection moulds for the automotive industry ... Simoldes Group Mould Division main customers are worldwide automotive suppliers like Renault, Volvo, BMW, Saab, General Motors, Ford, Peugeot, Mercedes-Benz, Citroën, Volkswagen, SEAT and other well-known companies ...
... is to make a clay model of the head and body which is used to create a mould ... cast of the head and hands are made from the mould, and the eyes are inserted ... From the mould, the body is cast in fibreglass, and the head and hands are fitted to the fiberglass body and dressed in clothes that are often donated by ...
More definitions of "mould":
- (noun): Loose soil rich in organic matter.
- (noun): Container into which liquid is poured to create a given shape when it hardens.
Synonyms: mold, cast
- (noun): A fungus that produces a superficial growth on various kinds of damp or decaying organic matter.
Famous quotes containing the word mould:
“It is our less conscious thoughts and our less conscious actions which mainly mould our lives and the lives of those who spring from us.”
—Samuel Butler (18351902)
“The civilized nationsGreece, Rome, Englandhave been sustained by the primitive forests which anciently rotted where they stand. They survive as long as the soil is not exhausted. Alas for human culture! little is to be expected of a nation, when the vegetable mould is exhausted, and it is compelled to make manure of the bones of its fathers. There the poet sustains himself merely by his own superfluous fat, and the philosopher comes down on his marrow-bones.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Ithis thought which is called Iis the mould into which the world is poured like melted wax.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)