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  • n. Plural form of resin.


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  • The technique of making fly bodies with UV light activated acrylic resins is damned similar to making a molded plug body, as is hand rolling a popper head out of polymer clay and baking it hard.

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  • A thousand homely plants send out their oils and resins from the still places where they are in touch with vast forces, to heal men of their foulness.

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  • The resins are a key ingredient in nearly all paint, preservatives, glue and adhesives sold in the industrial or consumer markets.

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  • The resins are a key ingredient in nearly all paints, preservatives, glues, adhesives and ink sold in the industrial or consumer markets.

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  • Older drugs called resins can cause constipation and require patients to take lots of pills every day. News

  • Deep, sensual aromas such as resins, balsams and woods provide that type of stimulation.

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  • Goldman Sachs, in a research note Monday, estimated that oil-based raw materials such as resins and solvents make up at least 65% of the total cost of a can of paint.

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  • For disposal purposes radioactive wastes are divided into three categories: low-level radioactive waste (LLW) - such items as gloves, clothing and various paper and plastics contained in metal drums; intermediate-level radioactive waste (ILW) made up of various radioactive by-products such as resins, from Koeberg NPS, contained in concrete; and high-level radioactive waste (HLW), such as spent fuel rods, which require specialised disposal at depths up to 1 000m in solid rock.

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  • The cosmetics company plans to raise prices to offset rising costs for commodities such as resins and chemicals, freight and labor.

  • In painstaking investigations, the scientists used GC-MS to study the characterisation and composition of paint binding media, additions to paint media such as resins, and the composition of old varnishes. - latest science and technology news stories


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