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chrome

(krōm),
Chromium, especially as a source of pigment.
[G. chrōma, color]

chrome

(krōm)
Chromium, especially as a source of pigment.
[G. chrōma, color]
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Phoevos Pouroulis, Tharisa's chief executive, said: "We have developed a proprietary process using existing technologies to improve chrome recoveries.
Step 1: Add (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/chrome-extension-source-v/jifpbeccnghkjeaalbbjmodiffmgedin/related?hl=en) Chrome Extension Source Viewer to Chrome.
Earlier this year, Google brought some new protections and controls in Chrome. It said that it had improved cookie controls so that users could clear or block third-party cookies.
more than half of QUALICOAT members have made the switch from chrome to a chrome-free pretreatment.
For updating Google Chrome, simply head to the menu >> Help >> About Chrome and it will automatically update to the newest version.
Chrome Cleanup is included in the latest version of Google Chrome.
The company said the Chrome Soft X and Chrome Soft share four-piece ball construction consisting of its innovative two-layer Dual SoftFast Core, spin-regulating SubMantle and ultra-soft urethane cover, as well as flight-extending HEX aerodynamics.
Nonetheless, the update is a step in the right direction in fixing the battery-drain issue surrounding Chrome.
Using the 11Giraffes Digital Signage Chrome app, users may remotely manage the presentation of video and audio through the 11Girafffes web-based content management system.
Ramallah: Israel has banned West Bank-based leather factories from importing chrome, which is used to produce leather products.
Chrome plating adds only about 10% to the cost of a typical screw and it provides so many benefits with almost no performance disadvantages.
In a settlement with the EPA, Hard Chrome Specialists has agreed to properly manage the hazardous waste at its chrome plating facility in York, Pa.