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to cause to be filled, as with a particular mood or tone

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Impregnators for mechanized wet-out of woven roving and lay-up into large molds.
After weeks of mystery, the lucky impregnator was revealed to be Den, Michelle's best friend's dad.
The complete line configuration features unwinder (one or two reels), printing unit (one or two color ci), drying tunnel, embosser (r/s, s/s or heated), laminator (for tissue), impregnator, folding head, edge cutting unit and automatic transfer.
Internal-mix resin roller impregnator mixes resin and catalyst at the roller and introduces catalyzed resin inside the perforated roller, where it is evenly distributed.
portable impregnator for mechanized wet-out and lay-up of woven roving.
Internal-mix resin roller impregnator that mixes resin and catalyst at the roller and introduces the catalyzed resin inside the perforated roller where it is evenly distributed throughout.
Venus will also be featuring its new seven-roll impregnator, a mechanized lay-up machine for wetting and placing woven fiberglass fabrics into a mold from an overhead gantry.
The impregnator first mixes catalyst and resin together, and then it compresses the mixture into fabric that is continuously fed from a roll.
And impregnators of teenagers should be given extraordinarily swift and stern justice.
Properties treated with Dry-Treat impregnators include the Sydney Opera House, Dallas Cowboy's stadium and Highway 8 in Hong Kong.
Also phenols, resins, glues, impregnators, tanning agents, mastic, and other products are produced.
Moreover, in chapter 4 male culture -"those other impregnators up in the north [who] would sort something out" (89)- is responsible for the domination of nature, just as Greg sometimes slaps Kath around (87).
Nothing in recent years has done more to lay before the public the image of African-American females as independent baby-makers and African-American males as impregnators than the 1986 Bill Moyer's special on teen-age pregnancy.