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frit

(frit),
1. The material from which the glaze for artificial teeth is made.
2. A powdered pigment material used in coloring the porcelain of artificial teeth.
[Fr. frit, fried]

frit

(frit)
A substance used in making dental porcelain powders. It is produced by plunging hot, partially or fully fused porcelain into water; as the material cracks and fractures, the procelain is reduced to powder.
[Fr. frit, fried]

frit

(frit)
1. Material from which glaze for artificial teeth is made.
2. A powdered pigment material used in coloring the porcelain of artificial teeth.
[Fr. frit, fried]
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The plant, which will be Ferro's second frit production facility in Egypt, includes additional land and certain infrastructure assets to support expected growth.
In Zam #1 if we look at the amounts of Ferro frit #3195, 50 percent and Custer feldspar, 21 percent, both of which are primary fluxes (which help bring other materials into a melt), the total primary flux is 71 percent (the higher percentage of primary fluxfes] in a glaze, the glossier the surface).
The loss that the narrator refers to could be an emotional loss with respect to the deaths of Frits's parents; yet the adventure intimates that grief is not the issue, but rather liberation from a plantation system morality falsely embodied by his parents who sought to prevent miscegenation to maintain patrilineal order.
La part reelle de la production nationale atteignait 35,5%, avec le marche de la distribution plus enclin a consommer des plats prepares que des plats frits (44,4%), et seulement 11,6% des produits issus de la peche destines au secteur de la distribution.
"The NFL is the single greatest sports property in the world and we are extremely pleased to remain associated with it--particularly in light of the intense competition for the beer category sponsorship," said Frits van Paasschen, president and CEO of Coors.
Heads of government agreed to rewrite a proposed services directive proposed last year by former internal market Commissioner Frits Bolkestein, after pressure from Germany, France and others.
The article featured key trans-Atlantic negotiators William McDonough, chairman of the newly established PCAOB, and Frits Bolkestein, the former EU Commissioner for Internal Markets, as they succeeded in defusing a potentially explosive situation arising from extraterritorial conflicts in law and regulation by building on new European oversight structures under which the principle of reciprocity could be accepted.
European Commissioner Frits Bolkestein said: "The UK sanctions ...quite often interfere with people exercising the rights to go shopping in other member states."
According to a statement from Frits Bolkestein, who led the negotiations for the commission, "The alternative [to the recent agreement] would not have been any further concessions from the United States but would rather have been legal uncertainty and the potential withdrawal of U.S.
On Wednesday (7 April) the minister met with EU Commissioner Frits Bolkestein, who is responsible for internal market, taxation and customs issues, to explain the Swedish government's view that such a change would undermine the state alcohol monopoly.
A Treasury spokesman dismissed the plans -put forward by European Commissioner Frits Bolkestein -as making 'no sense'.
The move follows a veiled threat from EU Commissioner Frits Bolkestein over slow progress in talks with Washington over the use of the data, requested for security reasons.