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Synonyms for mastic

an aromatic exudate from the mastic tree

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a pasty cement used as an adhesive or filler

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an evergreen shrub of the Mediterranean region that is cultivated for its resin

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(69.) Dowling GA, Burr RL, Van Someren EJ, Hubbard EM, Luxenberg JS, Mastick J, et al.
Additional studies have been conducted at different times of day, such as during the afternoon and evening (Dewan, Benloucif, Reid, Wolfe, & Zee, 2011; Dowling, Mastick, Hubbard, Luxenberg, & Burr, 2005; Satlin, Volicer, Ross, Herz, & Campbell, 1992; Sloane et al., 2007).
Mastick, "Pax6 guides a relay of pioneer longitudinal axons in the embryonic mouse forebrain," Journal of Comparative Neurology, vol.
Mar 1 Shields and Donald Mastick (Ashworth assistant) discuss expansion of FTS, Los Alamos matters and drop test schedule.
Managing the program, starting in 2014, will cost $100,000, but President Barbara Mastick says she expects revenue to rise accordingly.
Dowling GA, Burr RL, Van Someren EJW, Hubbard EM, Luxenberg JS, Mastick J, Cooper BA (2008) Melatonin and bright light treatment for rest-activity disruption in institutionalized patients with Alzheimer's disease.
Dowling, G.A., Burr, R.L., Van Someren, E.J.W., Hubbard, E.M., Luxemberg, J.S., Mastick, J., Cooper, B.A.
His new church on Mastick Beach, Long Island, had begun as a summer chapel in a mostly Italian Roman Catholic fishing village 80 miles from New York City.