• (adj): Compacted by ironing.

Some articles on pressed:

Sunspot Records - Releases
... Sunspot 1 Ordeal 7" ep (500 pressed) Sunspot 2 Avail 7" ep "Who's To Say...What Stays The Same" (1000 pressed/3 colors vinyl/3 covers) Sunspot 3 ...
Test Of Variables Of Attention - Scoring/Measurements
... A time measurement of how consistently the microswitch is pressed ... Commission Errors A measure of impulsivity how many times the non-target is pressed ... of inattention how many times is the target not pressed ...
... Box-pressed (or Square-pressed) cigars are usually packed in two layers in a wide flat cigar box that has an attached flip or hinged lid, and is usually made of paper-covered wood or ... The sides of box-pressed cigars will be gently pressed (so the cigars become squarer) prior to packing this is because the box is marginally narrower than it would ...
List Of Great Central Railway Locomotives And Rolling Stock - Goods Wagons - British Railway Wagons
... Pressed Steel 1958 ~ B507397 13T Conflat A wagon ... Pressed Steel 1958 ~ B507489 13T Conflat A wagon ... Pressed Steel 1959 ~ B550356 16T Mineral wagon ...
Honda PC50 - Construction - Chassis
... The moped chassis is constructed from two pressed-steel halves welded together down the centre-line, with pressed steel leading link fork front, and swingarm rear suspension with telescopic dampers ... Behind the single seat is a useful pressed steel carrier rack ...

Famous quotes containing the word pressed:

    One who pressed forward incessantly and never rested from his labors, who grew fast and made infinite demands on life, would always find himself in a new country or wilderness, and surrounded by the raw material of life. He would be climbing over the prostrate stems of primitive forest-trees.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    ...give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together, running over, will be put into your lap; for the measure you give will be the measure you get back.
    Bible: New Testament, Luke 6:38.

    Pressed into service means pressed out of shape.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)