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  • Antiwrinkling treatments rely on the use of resins that combine with two or more adjacent molecules of the fibers of cellulosic cloth in a chemical process called cross-linking.

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  • Antiwrinkling treatments rely on the use of resins that combine with two or more adjacent molecules of the fibers of cellulosic cloth in a chemical process called cross-linking.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Antiwrinkling treatments rely on the use of resins that combine with two or more adjacent molecules of the fibers of cellulosic cloth in a chemical process called cross-linking.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Antiwrinkling treatments rely on the use of resins that combine with two or more adjacent molecules of the fibers of cellulosic cloth in a chemical process called cross-linking.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • As you might expect, these include quite a bit of cross-linking and cross-commenting.

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  • However, some webmasters engage in link exchange schemes and build partner pages exclusively for the sake of cross-linking, disregarding the quality of the links, the sources, and the long-term impact it will have on their sites.

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  • She can practically feel her brain cross-linking the threads—tagging the Walker from Seattle with the Walker who owned the orchard and the Walker named on this plaque.

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  • Thin filaments in muscle sarcomeres are anchored at the Z-disk by the cross-linking protein α-actinin (gold) and are capped by CapZ (pink squares).

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  • To do it right would require documenting phone use precisely with company records, and cross-linking those data with cancer registries.

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  • De Grey simplifies aging to a list of the "deadly things" that eventually happen to everyone: the accumulation of junk inside and outside cells, harmful mutations, a loss of certain crucial cells and an oversupply of others, and the progressive cross-linking of molecules in connective tissue that leads to wrinkled skin, stiff tissues and organ damage.

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