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  • Relying on an embalming technique called “plastination,” which preserves human organs by the infusion of various silicons and epoxies, Body Worlds has been seen by more than thirty million people, many of them paying as much as forty dollars per admission.

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  • Nor was the source of his wealth known, only that he had set up CE, Limited, with a unique biological process, one that allowed production of a cheap nonpolluting organic thread substitute for standard synthetic hydrocarbons and silicons.

    The Silent Warrior

  • Car wax can be used for polishing so many things because of the silicons and polishing agents it contains.

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  • MPEG-4 processors as well as secured silicons fulfilling the highest grade of Security for Pay TV and VOD.

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  • NEOTION is a leading provider of highly-sophisticated System-on-a-Chip (SoC) MPEG-4 processors as well as secured silicons fulfilling the highest grade of Security for Pay TV and VOD.

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  • These mascaras don’t contain silicons, alcohol, perfumes, or lanolin that might irritate the eyes.

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  • Slide 11: Example New Technology: Intel's shrinking silicons … Pieter K. Zylstra - Company Confidential - Mobility Transformation @Transportation - March 2006 10

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  • Besides being all vegan, each product is free from a large list of ingredients, such as phthalates, ethoxylated ingredients (like Polysorbate), synthetic fragrances, silicons, parabens, Phenoxyethanol and formaldehyde releasers (like DMDM

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