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  • n. The process of making something more plastic


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  • She calls on us to be more mindful consumers, but she notes that: ...individual actions alone are unlikely to bring about change on the scale that is now required -- whether the task is stopping the plasticization of our oceans, protecting our children from endocrine disrupters, or curbing the carbon emissions that fuel global warming.

    Kerry Trueman: You May Not Be Into Plastic, But Plastic Is Way Into You

  • Of course, there are many problems with the increased plasticization of our society, and the fact that Hollywood and the media are hell-bent on churning out female "stars" that were made from the same Playboy Approved! rubber stamp is reason enough for massive concern.

    Nadine Haobsh: About Plastic Surgery (Or Not)

  • An understated shine, something that says ‘Wood Underneath!’ with no suggestion of plasticization or laminate or (gag) thermo foil.

    outfoxed Diary Entry

  • The discussion ultimately centers around this site, which argues for both the plasticization method and a push prize.

    The Speculist

  • Usually the contaminated plastic is vinyl, where lead may be used as a stabilizer in the plasticization process, or lead may occur in the paint used to decorate plastic objects. just pulled. Chemistry

  • Q: Are there any concerns about the plasticization process?

    ScrippsNews - current events, culture, commentary, community


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