Synsets for "shock-absorbent"

Synset: shock-absorbent.s.01

Synonyms: shock-absorbent

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: having the capacity to absorb the energy of an impact

Examples: the material absorbs shock and is used for shock-absorbent insoles

Lemmas: shock-absorbent

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Pro-Keds Throughout the 1980s, new styles were added across the categories of baseball, football, tennis, track and field. PRO-Keds also developed shoes using shock-absorbent support and cushioning.
Jamie Madrox Jamie was formerly unable to control the duplication process, wearing a special shock-absorbent synthetic stretch fabric costume that contained mechanisms that absorbed kinetic energy so that an army of Madroxes would not instantly appear every time he was struck. The original suit was designed by his father, Dr. Daniel Madrox, and later modified by Reed Richards. Jamie currently wears a stylized shirt with only six large green shock-absorbent pads on the front of the torso. Whether this indicates a greater degree of control over when his dupes manifest, an advance in technology or if it is simply an ordinary shirt with the same design is unclear.
Nanocellulose Applications in this field include: Super water absorbent material (e.g. for incontinence pads material), nanocellulose used together with super absorbent polymers, nanocellulose in tissue, non-woven products or absorbent structures and as antimicrobial films.
Pontiac Grand Prix The 1968 Grand Prix received a more pronounced"beak-nose" grille in shock-absorbent plastic, and new front bumper. In the rear concealed headlights were carried over, and a revised rear deck/bumper with L-shaped taillights and side reflector markers to meet a new federal safety mandate were new. The convertible was discontinued, leaving only the hardtop coupe for '68.
Playtex Playtex-branded tampons were introduced in the 1960s and became the primary competition to incumbent Tampax. Playtex invented the plastic tampon applicator in 1973. It was one of the tampon manufacturers that were sued for aggressively advertising over-absorbent tampons, which led to toxic shock syndrome.
Inline skates For recreational skating a soft boot is used for greater comfort, but many other disciplines prefer a harder boot, either to protect the foot against impact or for better control of the skate. The boot may also contain shock absorbent padding for comfort. Downhill skaters often use boots that are heat-molded to the shape of the foot, with a foam liner.
Stackhat The Stackhat is designed to protect the skull and temple and is light, comfortable, colourful and streamlined. The 'hi-tech' graphics are designed to appeal to the youth market. Made from impact-modified and shock absorbent expanded polystyrene it is designed for use in sporting and leisure activities including cycling, cricket, equestrian and skiing.
Pro-Keds The first PRO-Keds product was the Royal, a canvas basketball shoe in high and low tops. Subsequently new styles were added across the categories of Baseball, Football, Tennis, Track and field. Items utilizing exclusive shock-absorbent support and cushioning techniques were also developed.
Pes cavus Foot pain in people with pes cavus may result from abnormal plantar pressure loading because, structurally, the cavoid foot is regarded as being rigid and non-shock absorbent and having reduced ground contact area. There have previously been reports of an association between excessive plantar pressure and foot pathology in people with pes cavus.
HMS Ramillies (07) Because of an increasing awareness of the danger of torpedo attack from submarines and destroyers, "Ramillies", being completed later than her sisters in this class, had anti-torpedo bulges fitted. These were streamlined external compartments fitted along the waterline and filled with various shock absorbent materials, designed to take the impact of a torpedo before it could breach the hull.
Dry decontamination Absorbent materials are specifically made to absorb (or capture and contain) contaminants. Absorbent materials include FiberTect, RSDL, Fuller's earth, flour, baking soda, paper towels, etc., all of which absorb hazardous materials from the victim. After absorption is completed using an absorbent material and immediate danger has passed, the contaminated surface should be blotted with a wet paper towel. An absorbent material increases in volume when a contaminant is absorbed.
Activities prohibited on Shabbat Definition: Cleansing absorbent materials of absorbed/ingrained impurities.
Riccardo Mannelli subsequent coats on absorbent substrates of cotton-paper".
Tampon Alternatives also include reusable absorbent underwear by Thinx.
CDLSE Its absorbent is designed to last four to six hours.
Zinc hydroxide One major use is as an absorbent in surgical dressings.
List of medical mnemonics Shock, Shock, Shock, Everybody Shock, Little Shock, Big Shock, Momma Shock, Poppa Shock:
Bandage The United States Pharmacopeia lists it as a form in which Absorbent Gauze may be provided. It is prepared from type 1 Absorbent gauze in various widths and lengths.
Hydropneumatic device Shock: Shock absorber, shock alleviator, shock arrestor, shock attenuator, shock suppressor, shock preventer.
Sponge (material) Besides sponges formed from plastic polymers, the three other categories of widely available synthetic sponges are low-density polyether (known as non-absorbent sponges), PVA (a highly absorbent material for use in medicine), and polyester.