cellophane


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cellophane

(sĕl′ō-fān)
A thin, transparent, waterproof sheet of cellulose acetate. It is used as a dialysis membrane.
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3 Arrange paper and cellophane (one-and-a-half times the height of the bottle) in a landscape shape then stand the bottle in the very centre.
But as Cellophane Man's DNA was found in more and more locations, including her clothing, he became the man police had to identify.
Forensic scientist Angela Gallop, who became involved in the investigation in 1999, yesterday told the court how an incomplete DNA profile of an unidentified man was obtained from blood on a piece of cellophane found on the floor next to Miss White's head.
Place the cellophane over the end of the torch and sticky tape its edges in place, so the light can pass through it.
The only disappointment was that the bottle no longer came in squeaky yellow cellophane.
Keeping with its moniker, the Cellophane House will be constructed utilizing mostly translucent materials.
Various proprietary brand adhesives are capable of affixing paper to cellophane.
Cellophane By Marie Arana Passion and transformation in the Peruvian rain forest.
Unfortunately, no one can make such a claim since Cellophane has been in production since 1933.
It would seem, however, that those in the know are more clear about which end is which, demonstrated by the decision to pin this uncomfortable cellophane nappy around the backside of the building; placed beneath what some apparently consider to be its stumpy and inadequate tail.
50), journals and notecards, which come in packs of six wrapped in biodegradable cellophane ($7.
Editor Brian Ganz writes that he intended "to offer the pianist tools for removing the cellophane from these much loved and familiar pieces and discovering their originality anew.