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white pe·tro·la·tum

petrolatum that has been decolorized for cosmesis by treatment with activated charcoal.
Synonym(s): white soft paraffin
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WSP Director Keith Gowenlock said: "As we see a number of new opportunities emerging across our core sector areas, particularly in public transport and environmental consulting, we will continue to focus on attracting and developing the best people to our business in Scotland.
While efforts made by UNICEF, WSP and other partners in the sanitation sector are highly appreciable, I urge all partners to join hands and strive harder towards achieving the sanitation related MDGs in Pakistan.
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WSP Digital announced that Rosebud Mining has selected the company's E-Records Information Management System (ERIMS) to handle its environmental data management and compliance reporting needs.
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