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  • noun Plural form of alkyd.

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Examples

  • Candace Jans, a Boston artist, exhibits and sells the studies gouaches and alkyds for her larger oil paintings, of which she may only produce two a year.

    Daniel Grant: The Art World's Slowpokes

  • Candace Jans, a Boston artist, exhibits and sells the studies gouaches and alkyds for her larger oil paintings, of which she may only produce two a year.

    Daniel Grant: The Art World's Slowpokes

  • Once I've gotten a bit more used to the alkyds, I'll try out traditional oils to see how they compare.

    ART DIGRESSION: Oils vs Acrylics

  • Even with the alkyds I love the depth and richness of the colour which, again, is something I never got with acrylics.

    ART DIGRESSION: Oils vs Acrylics

  • Cooperation: Contract on alkyds deepens relationship between Japanese and Czech firms.

    Chemical & Engineering News: Latest News

  • Later this month, the Pharos blog, The Signal, will compare the hazards of epoxy coatings with the manufacturing and use toxicities of other types of HPC: acrylic, polyurethane, and alkyds.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • "Many deck owners hope to slam down stain and have a party the same night," says Rob Pogue, technical manager of stains and alkyds at Olympic Stain.

    Lead Stories from AOL

  • In Meppen DSM produces a wide variety of resins, including waterborne and solvent borne polyesters, urethanes, acrylics, alkyds and epoxy esters.

    StreetInsider.com News Articles

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