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cer·e·sin

(ser'ĕ-sin),
A natural mixture of hydrocarbons of high molecular weight; a substitute for beeswax, also used in dentistry for impressions.

cer·e·sin

, cerin , cerosin (serĕ-sin, -in, -ō-sin)
Mixture of hydrocarbons of high molecular weight; used in dentistry for impressions.
Synonym(s): earth wax, mineral wax (1) .
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Tesler U, Cerin G, Novelli E, Popa AM, Diena M (2009) Evolution of surgical techniques for mitral valve repair.
Cerin's (2002) case study analysis indicated that firms issue CSR reports as a marketing tool to enhance brand image among stakeholders.
The starting eight for Lubbock consisted of first baseman Virgil Richardson, second baseman-manager "Jack" Sullivan, third baseman Jack McAlexander, shortstop Bill Serena, left fielder Pat Rooney, center fielder Jack Cerin, right fielder Ernest "Zeke" Wilemon, catcher Cliff Dooley, and outfielder/catcher Clem "Co" Cola.
(1815) Analys af Cerin. Afhandlingar i Fysik, Kemi och mineralogi, Part 4, 327-333.
Dunstan, D.W., Kingwell, B.A., Larsen, R., Healy, G.N., Cerin, E., Hamilton, M.T., Shaw, J.E., Bertovic, D.A., Zimmet, P.Z., Salmon, J.
There at last when the mallorn-leaves were falling, but spring had not yet come, she laid herself to rest upon Cerin Amroth; and there is her green grave, until the world is changed, and all the days of her life are utterly forgotten by men that come after, and elanor and niphredil bloom no more east of the Sea.
Like their counterparts in the US, African immigrants in France face considerable barriers in maintaining a healthy African diet (CERIN, 2004; Venters & Gany 2011).
| Girls 3-4 race, from left: Libby Pringle (2nd) Melt-|ham COFE, Olivia Basswoodcock (1st) of Upperthong J&I, Cerin Bowers-Mitchell (3rd) of Rowley Lane
Within the sport context it is further suggested that emotional expressions shown during competition differ markedly from one sport to another (Cerin, Szabo, Hunt, & Williams, 2000).