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glazing

Strictly, the fitting of lenses to a frame or mount, but often to include the cutting and edging processes (British Standard).
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Sidelite: To be the largest application market for polycarbonate glazing by 2021
The food glazing agent market can be segmented on the basis of classification, types, applications, and regions that constitute the key markets.
The entire process is highly structured, starting with the vessel's shape, continuing on to the lengthy glazing combination process and finally mounting the vessel on the rings and bowls.
The results show that with the partial replacement of sucrose with Beneo's functional carbohydrate Palatinose[TM] in glazings or icings, shelf-life and overall product quality can be significantly improved.
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GETTING new double glazing may not seem the obvious choice when selling your home, but it'll certainly attract buyers.
The rear-facing second bedroom and bathroom have double glazing.
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