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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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Also, the company has received CE Mark from BSI for nanOss Bioactive Loaded bone void filler and nanOss Bioactive 3D bone void filler in Europe.
My face is mapped and marked, and Dr Patel explains he'll use different thicknesses of filler depending on how deeply he's injecting.
At 40% filler loading in nylon or polypropylene parts, the new filler will reduce molded part weights by 4-7%, the company reports.
com)-- The use of fillers reduces the costs of many products.
For polymer composites, the factors affecting the tensile strength are complicated, such as the nature of the matrix and tiller, the compatibility between them, materials processing technology and conditions, the geometry shape and size of the filler, the dispersion or distribution of the filler in the matrix, as well as the interfacial structure and morphology, and so on (8), (9).
Boron nitride is a common functional filler that is new to the EMD Chemicals product range.
83% of cases had moderate to severe complications, and 51% were unaware of the nature of dermal filler received by them.
GETTING to grips with wood filler is vital for proper prep - and here's how.
The Smooth Finish range includes Multi Purpose Filler, which is suitable for plaster, stone, concrete and wood; and a powder version, which comes with a plastic measuring scoop, so it's easy to mix correctly.
Getting to grips with wood filler WOOD filler isn't the nicest stuff to use, but these tips will make it as painless as possible.
Dubbed the "Vampire Filler," the technique of using uses patient's own blood as a cosmetic filler is being used as a "natural" alternative to treatments like Juvederm or Restylane, according to the Daily Mail.
But for windowsills and door jambs that are hard to remove and molding that would be tough to duplicate, patching with wood filler makes sense.
1 per cent filler by weight) to 50 phr and MinTron was added at 32 phr (40.
You can usually sand wood filler quite quickly after applying it, but leave deep repairs overnight to harden.