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Synonyms for nail polish

a cosmetic lacquer that dries quickly and that is applied to the nails to color them or make them shiny

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Only in the distant future will a last vestige of deviance be betrayed, the day a child climbs upon grandpa's knee to inquire why there's fingernail polish remover in the freezer.
The section on diagnostic devices cites fingernail polish as a factor that can interfere with pulse oximeter measurements.
The SunPEARL Shadows pigment portfolio is designed for cosmetic formulations including eye shadow, fingernail polish, and lipstick.
In some cultivars of Begonia, stomates occur in clusters ranging from one to as many as ten (Payne, 1970) and these can be seen by a permanent preparation of a microscope slide as a fingernail polish imprint (Sampson, 1961) as shown in Figure 1.
Sporting black fingernail polish, she put the finishing touches on another lackluster performance, this time at the Samsung World Championship at Big Horn Golf Club.
Every aspect of her look, from the fingernail polish to the make of her mobile phone, is forensically researched; every detail of her image, down to the thumb slotted into the belt and the pouty 'wah-mah' slightly open mouth, is studied.
Inhalant Sources Harmful Effects Toluene * Spray paint * Hearing loss * Glue * Damage to central * Dewaxer nervous system * Fingernail polish * Liver and kidney damage Trichloroethylene * Cleaning fluid * Hearing loss * Correction fluid * Liver and kidney damage * Vision damage Hexane * Glue * Limb spasms * Gasoline * Blackouts Nitrous Oxide * Whipped cream * Limb spasms dispensers * Blackouts * Gas cylinders Benzene * Gasoline * Bone marrow damage * Immune system damage
Inhalant Sources Harmful Effects Toluene * Spray paint * Hearing loss * Glue * Damage to central * Dewaxer nervous system * Fingernail polish * Liver and kidney damage Trichloroethylene * Cleaning fluid * Hearing loss * Correction fluid * Liver and kidney damage * Vision damage Hexane * Glue* Gasoline * Limb spasms* Blackouts Nitrous Oxide * Whipped cream * Limb spasms dispensers * Blackouts * Gas cylinders Benzene * Gasoline * Bone marrow damage * Immune system damage
Superwipes conceives, designs and formulates unique cosmetic and all-purpose products from organic materials targeting a variety of applications including fingernail polish remover, make-up remover, sneaker cleaner wipes, instant shoe shine wipes, acne treatment wipes, eye glass cleaner and defogger wipes, car interior leather cleaning pads and Vitamin E applicators.
Some women like to use fingernail polish for prettying up their nails, but this product, like rubbing alcohol, has a lot more uses than you may have realized.
Realtors with chipped fingernail polish, bright red lipstick and sandals in winter.
On the seventh day clear fingernail polish was painted on inter- veinal regions of the leaves.
She traded the sneaks with the red flashing lights in the heels for a pair of jeans, clear fingernail polish, and sandals.
Dibutyl phthalate (DBP), a solvent used in dyes, fingernail polish, and some plastics, was the second most prevalent of these compounds.
B) Unless wearing intact gloves in good repair, a food employee may not wear fingernail polish or artificial fingernails when working with exposed food.