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describe

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paint the town red

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(basketball) a space (including the foul line) in front of the basket at each end of a basketball court

makeup consisting of a pink or red powder applied to the cheeks

apply a liquid to

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Educating dealers to better understand environmental products is an important priority, says Sam Goldberg of AFM Enterprises, which makes zero-solvent water-based Safecoat paints. AFM interior and exterior paints, which cost between $25 and $30 a gallon, are available at environmentally conscious building supply stores, and at outlets catering to chemically sensitive and allergic people.
Place drop cloths where paints drips may fall and move them as the job progresses.
Many people are unaware that most of the paints used in their homes, workplaces and other public spaces, the places in which we spend the majority of our time, are extremely toxic.
The different places of the painters in relation to their worlds is also evident: in the one the painter is outside what he paints (which, barricaded off by its painted balcony railing, was shown in the crowded, alienating market hall of the Salon), in the other he is inside (the studio that he paints, which in turn was inside the palace, and which continues to present itself as a threshold rather than an unpassable barrier).
For example, the advent of oil paints and the control they offered artists are well documented in the historical record.
Let's start with some basic facts: Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky's (TMMK's) Plant Two paint department is the only one in North America that paints both cars and minivans on the same line.
He says PET's solvent resistance "opens new market areas for plastics in oil- and solvent-based paints." As for design, PET potentially could be used to make straighter-walled and square containers more readily than PP.
In order to have a better understanding of the paint market in India, IPA, appointed AC Nielsen to undertake a detailed and comprehensive study to estimate the size of the market, both in decorative and Industrial paints.
17th Ave., accepts all brands of latex and oil-based paints, as well as thinners, solvents, pesticides, pool chemicals, fluorescent lights and other products.
When it comes to picking paint, selection begins with choosing between oil-based and water-based paints.
A: First let's talk about the many benefits of natural finishes or "non-toxic paint." Then I'll offer information about "regular" paints and why they can be so poisonous.
Outline your design: Use a very thin brush with face paints. Alternatives are liquid eyeliner tubes or makeup liner pencils.
However, with conventional paints, discrepancies in paint film thickness can result between the inside and outside body surfaces because it is difficult for electrical currents to reach all interior parts and form an even paint film on interior surfaces.
"It's a very exciting finding," says Jennifer Mass, who heads the conservation-science lab at Winterthur Museum in Delaware, adding that the optical properties of glass might explain the clarity and translucency of Venetian paints, which capture and reflect light in distinctive ways.
What distinguishes PET cans from PP or HDPE versions is their resistance to both water-and oil-based paints, and their ability to be either clear or colored.