Gutta percha


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Gutta percha

An inert latex-like substance used for filling root canals.
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18) Years of negotiation and correspondence had not otherwise progressed the matter from the Brooke perspective, but the attack on the Sarawak gutta percha collectors had led to the series of actions that fell in Brooke's favor.
The 1880 package includes green fee, club rental and three gutta percha balls (bramble and line-cut styles available) and costs $80.
Porritt does not include forest products such as gutta percha in his discussion.
The connection between submarine telegraphy and the trade and peoples of Sarawak through the rise of the indigenous gutta percha trade is the subject of this article.
It was a Colt Single Action, mechanically perfect with an excellent barrel, and the well worn gutta percha stocks, faded case colors, and holster wear on the bluing all testifying this gun had often been used but certainly never abused.
Gutta percha was used for root canal obturation with the 11 being root filled to the fracture line.
garb to putt gutta percha balls into French pea cans, the
Contract awarded for Purchase of dental analgesia machine, an apex locator an endodontic irrigant promoter, an endodontic motor, power tool, cordless gutta percha seal a straight handpiece for surgical motor, a ultrasound, six instrumental set maxillofacial and instrumental set of strawberries for penco lirquen hospital.
Global Communications and the Gutta Percha Trade--the Response in Nineteenth Century Sarawak.
The case colors had faded, the bluing was a little thin in spots, the gutta percha grips were worn smooth, however it was in excellent shape.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Sheet gutta percha 6mm thick.
The checkered black plastic grips resembled the gutta percha (hard rubber) of first generation SAA Colts, save for the obvious Taurus logo.