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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of aluminize.


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  • Each speaker has three of Destination's proprietary 5. 25-inch "aluminized" fiberglass matrix cone woofers and two 1-inch nano-silk swivel tweeters.

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  • Spokesman Jim Pogue said the Corps needed more of an aluminized slurry blasting agent than it originally projected to operate the Birds Point-New Madrid Floodway and divert water for 35 miles before returning it to the Mississippi at New Madrid, Mo.

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  • In the Ferrari, the naturally aspirated V8, with its crimson cam covers, is a galling showpiece of aluminized testosterone.

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  • A slight vacuum is pulled behind an aluminized mylar plastic film to create a very large convex mirror to collimate the visual system in many aircraft simulators.

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  • The (actual sail) is made of aluminized Mylar about one-quarter the thickness of a trash bag.

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  • The Corps pumped an aluminized slurry blasting agent into three 11,000-foot pipes built into the top of the levee, said Corps spokesman Jim Pogue.

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  • Kinsman went slowly, step by step, trying to make certain he didn't puncture the aluminized fabric of his suit.

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  • First, technicians use special aluminized paper and tape to protect titanium and composite parts, the windows and engine intakes.

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  • You're better off with a plain white surface if you don't have a uniform reflective surface like an aluminized bounce screen or similar bounce apparatus.

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  • His plan involves a patented greenhouse that uses simple aluminized mylar reflectors to intensify the light and runs about a quarter of the cost of a traditional greenhouse.

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