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metal tape

a high-performance recording tape having a magnetic metal-particle coating that is not an oxide. Unabridged
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  • Some wax cylinders and discs, metal tape, vinyl records and other formats have already begun disintegrating or are slag.
  • But changing fashions would see the crinoline market fall flat, leaving the manufacturer up to his bustle with surplus metal tape.
  • Cable shall have a metal tape or metal tape with wire shield.
  • It is also used in animal feed and in industry in cosmetics, paints, and metal tape.
  • Plastic pipe is now usually laid with an embedded metal tape or a tracer wire alongside it to allow tracer detection.
  • The inlet vents at the bottom of the wall were covered with metal tape.
  • Inside the tank was a device used for measuring the liquid level, a metal float linked to a metal tape measure.
  • These layers maintain the biaxial texture and provide a chemical barrier between the superconductor and the metal tape.
  • Though, it is a good idea to cover them with some metal tape so someone doesn't come along and remove the cap.
  • Then, use a metal tape to measure from the base on the floor to the marked measurement on the wall to get the height measurement.
British Dictionary definitions for metal tape

metal tape

a magnetic recording tape coated with pure iron rather than iron oxide or chromedioxide: it gives enhanced recording quality
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