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res·in·ous

(rez'in-ŭs),
Relating to or derived from a resin.

res·in·ous

(rez'i-nŭs)
Relating to or derived from a resin.

resinous

(rĕz′ĭ-nŭs)
Having the nature of or pert. to resin.

res·in·ous

(rez'i-nŭs)
Relating to or derived from a resin.
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As we read on, we discover that our chewing gum comes from the resinous latex of a tree native to the jungles of southern Mexico and Central America.
Users are able to select a resinous flooring system specifically designed for their needs.
To the beats' mysterious syncopation, Indiana adds her sweet, resinous alto, a preservationist street-chanteuse whose outre impulses are being embraced in the usually conservative home country.
It's the same with sage and any other Mediterranean bushy herbs and is an enjoyable job thanks to the resinous smell of the herbs.
It is superficially similar to Thelypteris micula from Peru in its small, very thin-textured leaves and short trichomes on the adaxial surface of the veins, but can be distinguished by the lack of resinous dots and indusia, as well as by its sunken sori.
G-1492 is a dense, polymeric, resinous blend of prime functional ingredients that blend readily into butyl-based compounds to impart adhesive properties, add elasticity and elongation, and improve resilience.
Due to such a high percentage of carbon dioxide adsorption, over 35% in July and quite low in the winter months in the absence of 85% of this phenomenon (vegetation outside the resinous, which represents 15% of all trees, does not have the leaves and does not synthesize substances, thus doesn't photosynthesize), we could draw the conclusion that during summer the greenhouse phenomenon is reduced with 35% which greatly prevents temperature increase and in winter in the absence of 85% of this phenomenon (photosynthesis), the greenhouse effect emphasizes and materializes in Timisoara by temperature increases during winter to little below 0 [C.
The top layer includes an upper layer of a thermoplastic synthetic resinous material and a lower layer of thermoplastic synthetic fibers that is more hydrophilic than the upper layer but less hydrophilic than the core.
TR060/TR065 resinous additives used as blending and dispersion aids.
Next, the Berkeley researchers exposed the resinous hemisphere to ultraviolet light, which the microlenses focused inward as narrow beams.
The incense was made by blending together equal amounts of frankincense, stacte, onycha and galbanum (another resinous shrub), while the oil required 16 pounds of myrrh with the same amount of cassia and half as much each of cinnamon and calamus.
Types of epoxy polymer backbones, curatives, resinous modifiers, and special additives and fillers are among the tools available to formulators for developing epoxy adhesive systems for new applications.