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blending

A term used in weight training for the mixing of different illicit anabolic steroids.

blending 

The process by which the different curvatures of a contact lens or of a bifocal lens are made to merge in a transition zone, with the purpose of eliminating the dividing line. See optic zone diameter; transition.
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In addition, labelling for each package should be legibly and indelibly marked with name of product such as "Blended wheat and sorghum flour or Blended sorghum and wheat flour'.
Table clearly shows that for higher EPDM content blend, complex modulus and complex viscosity of the blends (both in uncrosslinked and crosslinked state) than the other two blends.
Yet not all successful blends need be of the upscale variety.
* Guests use graduated cylinders and barrel samples to develop their blends.
4 indicates the relationship between the tensile strength of PLLA/PTMG blend film and PTMG mole content.
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"With EPA expected to approve 15 percent ethanol blends sometime this year, this announcement provides some comfort to gas station owners facing increased ethanol blending.
There's the cliche to start the review of The Handbook of Blended Learning: Global Perspectives, Local Designs (HOBL), a work that is genuine and fresh.
Concentric shaft mixers with high-intensity and slow-speed mixing blades blend dry materials into viscous liquids.
Other times it can be from mixing very incompatible elastomers in a blend, especially with greatly different Mooney viscosity values (ref.
A "whole grain blend" can be mostly whole grain, mostly refined grain, or half and half.
Foundation should blend perfectly with your skin so you can barely see it.