Derived from the french word meaning upper arm, the brassiere is a mass-produced supportundergarment worn by women that consists of two fabric cups attached to two side panels, aback panel, and shoulder straps (unless strapless) that fits snugly. They are sized according to auniversal grading system first introduced by Ida Rosenthal, the founder of Maidenform, in 1928.
During many industrial processes, a filtering step may be required to remove impurities andimprove quality of the final product. Depending on the process, the filter may be subjected tohigh temperatures and a corrosive environment.
Child Safety Seat
In the United States, more than 2,000 children under 14 years of age die each year in vehiclecrashes. Not only are vehicle crashes the leading killers of children, in 1997 they also injurednearly 320,000 youngsters.
Designers in the computer industry seek not only to "build the better mousetrap" but to build thebest mouse. The computer mouse is an accessory to the personal computer that has become anessential part of operation of the computer.
Concrete dams are built in four basic shapes. The concrete gravity dam has weight as its strength.
An incredibly versatile natural material, cork is harvested from living cork oak trees somewhatlike wool is gathered from sheep. The trees are unharmed by the process, and they continueproducing cork for an average of 150 years.
A cough drop is medicinal tablet designed to deliver active ingredients which suppress or relievethe cough reflex. They are made just like hard candies; ingredients are mixed together, they arecooked, cooled, and packaged.
The cranberry is a slender, trailing native North American shrub (Vaccinium macro-carpon) thatgrows in moist, sandy soil. The fruit berry is small, red, quite tart, and high in vitamin C.