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that by which something is accomplished or some end achieved

a person who secretly observes others to obtain information

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any agent or representative of a federal agency or bureau

the semantic role of the animate entity that instigates or causes the happening denoted by the verb in the clause

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Among luting agents, Glass-ionomer cements (GIC) (77%) was the most popular luting agent and resin cements (40%) used by acid etch technique was labeled to be the most irritant luting agent leading to post-operative sensitivity.
Effects of different curing units and luting agents on push-out bond strength of translucent posts.
Water sorption and solubility of four self-etching, self-adhesive resin luting agents.
The stresses present in the preparation areas are an additional unfavorable factor for cracks in the luting agent.
Thus it is recommended that temporary cements be used only for multiple-unit implant-supported restorations while a more permanent luting agent be used for single unit cases.
14 It further reduces the surface contact angle, increasing the surface free energy and wettability of the luting agent.
Light- and time-dependent polymerization of dual-cured resin luting agent beneath ceramic.
11,12 The selection of the luting agent for fixed prosthesis with vital abutments is considered critical as it has an important role to play in controlling post cementation sensitivity and success of the final prosthesis.
These were placed on the teeth surfaces and initial polymerization was done for 5 sec to remove excess luting agent and cured for 60 sec on each tooth.
Luting Cements: Zinc-phosphate cement it is the most frequently used luting agent for crowns and bridges.
Early bond strength durability of bond between a ceramic material and chemically-cured or dual-cured resin luting agent.