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- v. Present participle of flameproof.
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Less than nine months later, Kirkman did a voluntary recall of seven of their products because they contained high levels of antimony, a chemical element used in flameproofing, enamels, and electronics—and one that some anti-vaccine activists had recently been proposing as a potential cause of autism.
Notwithstanding tweaks to the process necessitated by law (like flameproofing) and inventions (like adding springs), this unionized group follows the same recipe for making mattresses developed more than 100 years ago, when Edward McRoskey and his brother came to the city from St. Louis with mattress-making equipment they intended to sell.
Better start flameproofing all available surfaces. (
0103-32 For certain flameproofing and mothproofing of furnishings, legislative chambers ..