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Immunology To positively stain cells or tissues by immunoperoxidase; when a cell or tissue has an antigen of interest—e.g., cytokeratin—it is said to be ‘decorated’ if it stains with monoclonal antibodies to cytokeratin The substrate for most immunohistochemical methods yields a red-brown color, and these techniques are thus generically known as ‘brown stains’
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(1) To furnish or adorn with something ornamental; embellish
(2) To confer a particular honour on a person, especially military—e.g., a medal for bravery
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THE TRAINING There are no formal qualifications required to work as a painter and decorator, with many learning on the job.
Once you gather and track these for a brief period, you will be better able to draw a conclusion as to your personal style and be better able to communicate these tastes to your interior decorator.
We can cater for professional cake decorators, right down to consumers.
There are college courses available, which would give you the skills you need to become a painter and decorator, such as the Level 1 Award in Basic Construction Skills (Painting and Decorating) or the Level 1/2/3 Diploma in Painting and Decorating.
The decorator of the year award was in the category of jobs carried out up to a cost of PS3,000.
Luke Fenn, Store Manager at Dulux Decorator Centre Huddersfield, said: "There are so many organisations in Huddersfield that carry out invaluable work in the local community and we wanted to support them by brightening up their building with an interior makeover.
I have a team of decorators working in the Cambridge area.
The decorators receiving an all-expense-paid trip to compete are:
Judges are looking for decorators who have skills in production cakes, theme cakes and wed-ding cakes.
The donation was made as part of Dulux Decorator Centres' Colouring the Community scheme after Wheatsheaf Theatre volunteer Roni Tillman contacted them.
Dulux Decorator Centres, in Walsall's Old Birchill Wharf, donated the paint as it joined forces with Walsall Council and students from Walsall College to boost works at the site of the former textile manufacturing plant, at Shannons Mill, in George Street.
The Phoenix under-8s team is sporting a new strip this season, after receiving pounds 500 from local Dulux Decorator Centres in Dudley.