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To make a tooth or dental restoration smoother and glossier, usually by the action of friction.
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Though hard, fine-textured, and polishable to a high lustre, and of pleasing dark yellow colour, the Silurian-age dolomite stone was probably never used in quantity in any city buildings.
Public organizations' practice of increasing the time budget of external communication corroborated to the transparency and publicity of their achieving the objectives has lead to an easier polishable institutional image.
Thermosets also are more easily polishable than before, making them practical for forming clear, high-gloss parts.

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