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  • adj. treated or coated with silicone


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  • Using a caulk that has a 25-year life expectancy, such as siliconized acrylic, means you'll use less material and discard fewer empty caulk containers over the years. -

  • A GE spokeswoman said the caulks are not simply siliconized acrylic but a special formula.

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  • As for the photos*, they are pretty run-of-the-mill cheesecake - undies or bikinis and attractive, but non-siliconized bodies.

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  • Whose miniaturized and siliconized and transistorized little bits of magic lie at the very heart of your defensive systems?

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  • He recommends using paintable, siliconized acrylic caulk inside to seal areas where window trim meets the wall and frame.

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  • His Fall Revolution series explores the future with two main political currents - libertarianism and socialism - combined with high technology and conflicts with artificial intelligence and siliconized humans leading to very different utopias.

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  • But many caulks that include the word silicone typically labeled siliconized acrylic latex use it only as an additive in varying amounts to increase flexibility and adhesion. - News

  • Splits or cracks within the siding should also be sealed with paintable siliconized acrylic caulk. - News

  • And perhaps most painfully, it robs the students of Arizona, all of them, of the possibility of loving the real America, not the dolled up, sanitized and siliconized version we've been raised on.

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  • It is used in the production of siliconized polyester, alkyd, epoxy and acrylic resins.

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