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a hard medicated paste made of lard or oil mixed with wax or resin

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Oonk, "Synthesis of strontium and barium cerate and their reaction with carbon dioxide," Solid State Ionics, vol.
Perovskites having general formula AIIBIVO3 like barium cerate, barium zirconate, and strontium cerate where A and B are cations of different charges have got attention in this regard.
They usually sat on chairs holding in their arms wax tables (tabulae cerate) leaning on their knees.
AshokAdur, Commercial Development Director Plastics, Vertetlus Specialties Inc., USA 14.30 The New Ford Focus - Recycled Plastics in Automotives Valentina Cerate, Senior Materials Engineer, Ford Motor Company.
The added synergy and knowledge inherent in having trained ISR personnel allowed the 103d ESC to cerate depth by initiating a standard collection request for national-level imagery over areas in which the ESC had an ongoing interest.
He also advised that even incurable lesions could find long-lasting benefit from soothing applications such as fig plasters or rose cerate mixed with powder from a blacksmith's crusted earthenware pot.
Chairman of the board suggested inviting nine sports unions to participate, which were: Yemen's Football Association and unions of Chess, Tennis, Cerate, Gymnastics, Judo, Kung fu and Wrestling.
Ubiyco said they decided to cerate a capsule by spending $80.000 to save people from the disasters which he thought 2012 will be end of the planet earth.
In the first half Wales had plenty of possession, but could not cerate clear-cut chances.
He also termed the political parties as symbol of federation in the country by stating that all the political parties despite gaining influence in limited areas should cerate their vote banks throughout the country adding that MQM has extended itself from Sindh to Punjab and this change will cause positive affects in national politics.
(2.) Hamdy, AS, "Enhancing the Corrosion Resistance of Magnesium Alloy AZ91D in 3.5 Percent NaCl Solution by Cerate Conversion Coatings." J.
HDS was used to cerate as-built drawings for Vanderbilt Hall, a 12,000 square-foot, multi-use space adjoining Grand Central Terminal's main concourse.
Source 2, on the other hand, passivated to a constant, lower corrosion rate indicated by the constant corrosion current i above +0.2 V versus standard calomel electrode (SCE) for the chromate conversion coating and +0.7 V for a cerate conversion coating.
It has been closed to the public since work began to cerate a new rollon roll-off ferry terminal.
His interest in rare earth chemistry led to the development of cerate oxidimetry, and popularized a significant variety of cerium (IV) reagents, especially ceric ammonium nitrate.