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  • n. Plural form of material.


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  • Anyone who decides to publish personal materials on a blog for the entire world to see implicitly relinquishes his right to privacy * as pertains to those materials*. reply

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  • For example, it takes 3 × 1010 joules of energy to produce one cubic metre of Portland cement, but six and 29 times as much to produce the same volume of polystyrene plastic and stainless steel respectively. 1 In materials development efforts, a shift towards the production of “low energy materials” has recently been observed.

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  • Additionally, the label materials have excellent resistance to harsh fluxes, cleaning agents, saponifiers and wave solder environments, and resist all commonly used methods of cleaning.


  • It was difficult because like many other villages, this one does not always vote 100% for the ruling Party of the institutional Revolution (PRI), and the rural self-help agency that doles out the materials is a creature of the government.

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  • Then followed the German seizure of what they called materials for war.

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  • The nice thing about felted materials is that they stick to rough surfaces, such as this ancient beast of a tree.

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  • One thing you should research before investing in materials for a water heater is of the opinion that this game diy solar water heater system may not be the best for your country if you live in cold climates.

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  • We should expect that, as they learn from their experiences, publishers will quickly move their materials from the one-dimensional approach that mirrors traditional print books to more sophisticated and multi-dimensional resources.


  • The lack of access to these materials is a big reason that chinese universities have been slow to crack the top 200, it takes a lot of time, and not just money, to develop the non-prestigious support network that is necessary for a prestige university.

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  • China right now has * huge* problems with overinvestment in materials production as well as serious problems with people trying to hoard copper, rice, and even garlic in hopes of sparking local artificial supply shortages.

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