Permalloy Tape Head
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Permalloy Tape Head: A cassette tape head constructed of permalloy, an alloy made primarily of nickel and iron, used for its superior high wear resistance and permeability, offering superior frequency response a . . . View Full Definition
Live-On-Tape: A video production that is recorded live, with most of the editing done while the scenes transpire (rather than in post-production).
Left The Headcover On It: Another phrase for leaving a putt short
Lead Tape: Thin adhesive strips (also comes in rolls) of lead used to add weight to a club head
Late Tape: A delay in the display of price changes on the tape of an exchange because of heavy trading. In severe instances the first digit of each price is intentionally deleted.
Magnetic Tape: A ribbon of plastic with a coating on it that is sensitive to magnetic impulses created by electricity. In analog technology, these magnetic impulses are modulated on the tape in a fashion p . . . View Full Definition
Masking Tape: A strip of paper or cloth similar to adhesive tape, which can be easily removed, used to temporarily cover areas that are not to be painted.
Nailhead Rusting: Rust from iron nails that penetrates or bleeds through the coating and stains the surrounding areas.
Oilhead: Oilhead refers to the air-cooled engines of more recent BMW motorcycles that also contain an oil cooler.
Muscle Head: Slang for someone whose life is dominated by training.
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Malty: An aromatic sensation created by a moderately volatile set of aldehydes and ketones that produces sensations reminiscent of toasted grains.