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Greg Carpenter
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Craze Do It To It

A tech house[42] rework by Orlando-based DJ and producer Acraze (Charlie Duncker),[43] credited to "Acraze featuring Cherish", was released on August 20, 2021.[44][45] In the United States, it reached number three on the Billboard Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart,[46] and in Australia, it reached number 13 on the ARIA Club Tracks chart.[47] On November 12, the track (as issued by Thrive Music) entered the top 40 of the UK Singles Chart for the first time, arriving at number 36 (up from number 60).[41] On the Official Charts of January 7, 2022, "Do It to It" reached to UK Top 10 for the first time when it climbed up from number 43 to number nine in its tenth week on the chart[48] and reached the Irish Top 3.[49] After dropping as low as number 68 on the UK singles chart,[50] the song re-entered UK Top 40 (on the chart week-ending March 10, 2022) after the release of the official video.[51][48]

Craze Do It To It

5. A Manufactured CrazeThis is a manufactured trend. The minds behind the Cronut craze thought long and hard before they released the first flavor in May. All of the above factors contribute to the success of the Cronut, and all of them were carefully planned and calculated.

At first, the trend seemed questionable to us. With all the foods you can put on a board, what's so exciting about butter and bread? Where did the craze come from? And just how do you make a butter board? Is it hard to clean up after?

Since craze lines do not effect the structural integrity of your tooth, you can choose from a number of different options to fix them. The least invasive of these is whitening, which can bleach the stains from the crack to significantly reduce its visibility.

It seems that just about every week brings a new diet craze. From low-fat to low-carb to food combining, the diets come and go in the magazines and on the best-seller lists. Some prove lastingly popular, but many go the way of the latest dance fad. (Anyone remember the macarena? How about the cabbage soup diet?)

Glaze crazing or glaze crackle is a network of lines or cracks in the fired glazed surface. It happens when a glaze is under tension. A craze pattern can develop immediately after removal from the kiln or years later. We (Lakeside Pottery) know of cases where the "pinging" sounds of newly developed crazing lines go for many years.

Generally, crazing is considered a glaze defect because the vessel can be significantly weaker than an uncrazed pot. Craze lines can also harbor bacteria or germs. Therefore, dinnerware pottery should be uncrazed ware.

NO! The glaze surface has cracks that can possibly hold substances (food, dust, dirt) in it and produce bacteria. Therefore it is not food safe! See article about food safety with crazed or crackled glazes

The modern ransomware craze began with the WannaCry outbreak of 2017. This large-scale and highly-publicized attack demonstrated that ransomware attacks were possible and potentially profitable. Since then, dozens of ransomware variants have been developed and used in a variety of attacks.

The Material Specialists here at Golden Artist Colors are often requested by artists to diagnose the reasoning for problems occurring in their paintings based solely upon their words used to guide us. One of the most common emails or calls require the understanding of whether the artist is discussing a crack versus a craze in the paint film, and exactly what shape the crack or craze is. Both of these conditions are caused by a similar mechanism of reducing stress in the paint layer. Often these stresses are built up during the drying process yet some cracks may only appear with some other mechanical and / or environmental stress in the future. Understanding the causes of these fractures in the paint film will both allow for corrective action or point the artist in a way to take advantage of what might be to others, a paint defect.

In the Ceramics Industry crazes and crackles are both defects and decorative. They often are the result of the glaze recipe or the speed of the cooling off cycle after firing the pottery. The pattern develops as a means to reduce stress or tension within the coating. Craquelure is used to define a large or complete area of fine line patterns.

Hi Mike,also temperature shocks might cause crazing:two years ago on a very hot summer day I applied a layer of self leveling gel. Knowing the studio would get even warmer when the sun turns around the corner I tried to slow the drying process (and thus to prevent crazing) by putting this small painting into the most shadowy corner of the studio, not being aware that the difference in temperatures in an old building can be enormous. I could immediately watch the fast crazing process. Fortunately spread almost evenly over the surface I could encorporate the crazes later. 041b061a72


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