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lin·ing

(līn'ing),
A coating applied to the pulpal wall(s) of a restorative dental preparation to protect the pulp from thermal or chemical irritation; usually a vehicle containing a varnish, resin, and/or calcium hydroxide.

lin·ing

(līn'ing)
Coating applied to pulpal wall(s) of restorative dental preparation to protect pulp from thermal or chemical irritation; usually a vehicle containing a varnish, resin, and/or calcium hydroxide.
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At one moment he will embrace me, and the next he flies out at me and sneers at me, and then I stick the lining forward on purpose.
Collegiate features practice shorts of textured poly mesh, mesh pants with full tricot lining, and embroidered tees in short-sleeve and sleeveless styles.
This article looks at the reasons behind coreless induction furnace lining wear at Rochester Metal products and explains why melting ductile iron causes a more aggressive erosion of the silica lining.
San Diego-based Rhino Linings boasts over 1,200 independently owned and operated dealerships and industrial accounts in over 50 countries and is the most recognized sprayed-on truck bed lining brand in the world.
Using a refractory patching program in your coreless induction furnace may stretch the life of your lining campaign, boosting productivity and melt efficiency.
Engineered for superior stopping power, optimum lining life and minimal drum wear, Abex brake linings help fleets and other heavy duty vehicle operators achieve superior cost-per-mile braking performance.
Electrical induction physics demand that the refractory lining between the induction coils and the bath is as thin as possible.
Ideal for walking through a park or in the woods, Timberland all-leather trekkers are designed with a moisture wicking fabric lining and a padded collar and tongue for comfort while exploring the outdoors.
As molten iron fills the voids in the refractory lining of an inductor, it forms a saturation network.
This refractory "troubleshooting guide" discusses the most common lining problems with silica dry ram refractories.
Since then, foundrymen have learned that simply adding more insulation to the backup layers of a lining design may actually increase overall furnace costs.
The ladle lining is critical to the operation's success because it comes into direct contact with the molten aluminum or zinc.