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  • adjective Of, pertaining to, or containing elastomers.

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Examples

  • Also, since game play can become a bit dynamic under certain situations, the portable electronic device can be held in the accessory using sliding covers, clips, such as elastomeric clips, or other engaging members.

    Macsimum News

  • These are the sorts of highly engineered, cost-extra elastomeric parts that you have no business looking for under such a car and a big reason why the Mustang feels like it should cost more.

    A Boss on the Road With a Peon's Interior

  • The squishy 'bot of the Harvard University researchers, as shown in an article posted Monday by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, was fashioned from an elastomeric polymer top layer, filled with a series of air chambers, affixed to a firmer but still flexible lower layer.

    Week in Ideas: Christopher Shea

  • Home depot and most all the hardware/paint shops I've visited carry elastomeric paint/sealers for the roof.

    Water Seepage Question - Roof

  • Home depot and most all the hardware/paint shops I've visited carry elastomeric paint/sealers for the roof.

    Water Seepage Question - Roof

  • The restored facade will be coated with a high-performance contemporary elastomeric paint.

    September 2007

  • The restored facade will be coated with a high-performance contemporary elastomeric paint.

    Architectural Record: Restoring the Guggenheim

  • Home depot and most all the hardware/paint shops I've visited carry elastomeric paint/sealers for the roof.

    Water Seepage Question - Roof

  • Credit for this stamina goes to the use of an early version of what is now called elastomeric wall coating — a thick, elastic paint — in its infancy in the 1950s, but its use is a perfect example of Wright's continuous search for new methods and materials.

    Architectural Record: Restoring the Guggenheim

  • Credit for this stamina goes to the use of an early version of what is now called elastomeric wall coating — a thick, elastic paint — in its infancy in the 1950s, but its use is a perfect example of Wright's continuous search for new methods and materials.

    September 2007

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