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coating consisting of a thin layer of superior wood glued to a base of inferior wood

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an ornamental coating to a building

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cover with veneer

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While individual taste varies, the veneer suppliers will use their expertise to determine whether a piece of wood for veneers looks good or bad.
The initiative is supported by European companies in the veneer industry, trade and the veneer processing industry.
where X is the yield, A is the number of full-sized sliced bamboo veneers per cubic meter, and B is the total number of the theory-sliced thin bamboo veneers per cubic meter, which is equal to bamboo lumber thickness divided by bamboo veneer thickness.
Porcelain veneers have their place in responsible restorative dentistry when provided by suitably trained and qualified individuals but I believe that other safe and proven cosmetic treatments, like bleaching and bonding, should be considered before the destructive ones.
The Knoop indentation lengths, d, were of the order of 370 [micro]m for the zirconia veneer so that the indentation depths ([approximately equal to] 1/30th of the diagonal length) were about 12 [micro]m deep.
Calculate the associated gross profit generated from the additional veneer computed in B above;
Yet, he clearly points out that the reasons for acquiring veneers are not simply superficial.
This cost is, however, partially offset by the costs associated with repeated whitening during the 15-year lifetime of a porcelain laminate veneer.
Most veneer procedures require the removal of tooth structure, so, if by misfortune, a veneer comes off, one is left with an unattractive, and possibly sensitive, tooth.
Simply wrap small glass cylinders or votives with veneer paper cuffs (leave some space between the glass and the paper for safety), then fasten the ends together using clear-drying white craft glue.
In describing my writing as exhibiting only a "Jeffersonian veneer" ("Behind the Jeffersonian Veneer,"June), Cathy Young reveals herself to be either ignorant of Jefferson's thought--a possibility I cannot reject out of hand--or a liar.
A veneer is a thin porcelain shell that fits over the front of the tooth after some of the enamel has been drilled off.
has shifted production of pine veneer from Dierks to its plywood plants at Mountain Pine and Wright City, Okla.
The distribution of hydrogen and water beneath Earth's surface suggests to many geochemists that water hasn't mixed deep into the planet, so they thought that the cometary bombardment applied a veneer of water to the dry planet relatively late in its formative period.
For example, the current worth for a medium-grade black-walnut veneer log delivered to a veneer mill is $5 per board foot.