- n. Plural form of lacquer.
“Or maybe it is because my hair is the same colour as popular lacquers which is what guys are noticing: “Gee, that would be the perfect colour for my deck coating.””
“Combining oak and lacquers, in a “fifties” finishes range, fill in of expression this minimalist and retro piece.”
“We are also going to explore the role of lacquers, bowls and knives in Japanese culture.”
“Chemical Coatings makes dyes, lacquers and other coatings for furniture and other products.”
“Furnishings with old finishing need plenty of care while some of the more modern finishes like pre-catalyzed and post-catalyzed lacquers offer plenty of protection.”
“Commonly used in processed foods of all kinds, it's also found in varnishes, lacquers, pesticide products, cosmetics, and perfumes to reduce the evaporation rate and improve stability.”
“Her face stiffens with the effort of indifference, lacquers over, smooth as riverbed sand.”
“It seems like nail polish has been on every fashionista's mind lately -- with new, "Mad Men" - inspired lacquers to Rodarte's unfortunately-named Juarez color, which sparked a controversy ...”
“It seems like nail polish has been on every fashionista's mind lately -- with new, "Mad Men" - inspired lacquers to Rodarte's unfortunately-named Juarez color, which sparked a controversy and subsequent apology.”
“The Club tables are made of MDF, come in two heights and sizes, and are available in exterior lacquers of glossy red, black, or white.”
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