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- n. The quality of being paintable.
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_pleinairistes_ with whom Rathbone had foregathered at Pontaven, and of the "paintability" of fields of _sarrasin_ and poplars.
General Electric, a leading maker of silicone caulks, has met the problem with a new line of caulks called Groov, which it claims has the durability and performance of silicone but the ease-of-use and paintability of acrylics.
Advantage in the paintability of subject therefore lies distinctly with the European artist, and it may be because he has to labor against these odds that the American landscapist has forged to the front and is now leading his European brethren.
Fenders molded from conductive Noryl GTX* resin with on-line paintability are up to 50% lighter than steel, helping to conserve fuel and cut greenhouse gas emissions.
(iii) Molding materials Body of electronic devices, Design, adhesive and gaskets and grips paintability properties