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used for filling cracks or holes in a surface

100 filler equal 1 forint in Hungary

copy to fill space between more important articles in the layout of a magazine or newspaper

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anything added to fill out a whole

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the tobacco used to form the core of a cigar

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If a doctor doesn't really understand what fillers can do - and many don't - a patient might say, "I don't like this line around my mouth" and the doctor will inject filler directly into it without addressing what's causing that line.
Standard automotive plastic and sealant fillers all contain some percentage of magnesium, calcium, alumina, and silica elements.
Ceresana forecasts revenues generated on the global market for fillers to rise to approx.
2 that the relative tensile strength of inorganic plate-like filler reinforced polymer composites increases nonlinearly with increasing the tiller volume fraction as the aspect ratio of the fillers is fixed.
RonaFlair Boroneige functional fillers consist exclusively of boron nitride, a powder substrate with a pure-white color and heavy metal values that are far below the statutory limit values, according to the company.
Objective To document the complications related to dermal fillers as managed by the authors while working in different hospitals of Riyadh city.
QI get really confused between Botox, anti-wrinkle treatments, fillers and dermal fillers.
Some wood fillers can be applied straight from the tub or tube, while others have to be mixed before use.
IF YOU'VE prep to do and holes to fill, you can't go wrong with Ronseal's latest range of fillers, all designed to help DIYers get smooth, professional results.
New York, Oct 30 (ANI): Doctors have come up with an innovative albeit a bit macabre way of treating wrinkles - vampire fillers.
Fillers for repair of rotted wood generally fall into three categories.
New research into the use of RockTron mineral fillers, which are recovered from power station ash, has shown further potential for cutting costs in tyre manufacture.
Unlike most flexible fillers, this isn't rubbery in texture and can be sanded in the normal way.
Fillers are usually turned in to the ASP at the end of training so most ASPs have plenty of fillers on hand.
To overcome this situation 600[degrees]C is the optimum temperature for isolating the paper fillers so that their physical, chemical, optical, and electrical characteristics are adequately balanced and not too different from those of the original particles.