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rub·ber

(rŭb'ĕr),
The prepared inspissated milky juice of Hevea brasiliensis and other Hevea species (family Euphorbiaceae), known in commerce as pure Para rubber; used in the manufacture of various plasters, tissues, bandages, and in other applications.

rubber

See condom.

rubber

Sexology
noun Condom (US).
 
Vox populi
noun Eraser (UK).
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Rubber bands made by Alliance are everywhere, including Walmart, Office Depot, Staples and The Container Store.
It's been only a few days with the rubber band experiment at home.
No patient had anal incontinence following rubber band ligation.
Within a product process rubber bands may be used to close bags containing semi-prepared ingredients before they are transferred into the next process area where they are emptied into the mix, perhaps together with a damaged band that snapped apart.
On proctoscopy, 1st degree haemorrhoids were found in 21% of patients (18 patients in the Rubber Band Ligation group and 23 in the Daflon), and 79% of patients had 2nd degree haemorrhoids.
Show kids the materials and ask, How can you use these materials to make a boat that paddles itself through the water, using a rubber band as its power source?
Make a paddlewheel: Loop a rubber band over your thumb and Index finger.
Tie a ribbon over the rubber band and place a sprig of holly or evergreen into the knot.
Results: A total of 105 patients underwent rubber band ligation.
Caroline Pardo represented the landlord on the Rubber Band International transaction, which leased 1,072 s/f for a one-year term at 55 Washington Street.
For example, some Stryker gunners like to use rubber bands to hold in the trigger on the remote weapon station (RWS) handle.
Joel Waul is climbing his masterpiece--the world's largest rubber band ball