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polymeric

 [pol″ĭ-mer´ik]
exhibiting the character of a polymer.

pol·y·mer·ic

(pol'i-mer'ik),
1. Having the properties of a polymer.
2. Relating to or characterized by polymeria.
3. Rarely used synonym for polygenic.

polymeric

/poly·mer·ic/ (pol″ĭ-mer´ik) exhibiting the characteristics of a polymer.

pol·y·mer·ic

(pol'i-mer'ik)
1. Having the properties of a polymer.
2. Relating to or characterized by polymeria.
3. Rarely used synonym for polygenic.

polymeric

exhibiting the character of a polymer.

polymeric biguanide
polymeric diet
see polymeric diet.
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PPG values North Dakota State University's coatings and polymeric materials department because it helps prepare students for careers that relate directly to PPG's business," said Bill Eibon, PPG director of technology acquisition for automotive coatings, and an NDSU advisory board member.
PPG values North Dakota State Universitys coatings and polymeric materials department because it helps prepare students for careers that relate directly to PPGs business, said Bill Eibon, PPG director of technology acquisition for automotive coatings, and an NDSU advisory board member.
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