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mat·rass

(mat'răs),
A long-necked glass vessel used for heating dry substances in chemical manipulations.
[Fr. matras]

matrass

A long-necked piece of laboratory glassware with a spherical base, which is used to heat chemicals in solution.
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The alternative cervical spine immobilization with a vacuum matrass allows an improved access to all Infrascanner measurement points, except for the most occipital measurement points.
Further common groups of exhibits of both fairs will be textiles for the automobile and aircraft industry, home and household textiles, upholstery and matrasses and technologies for the production, finishing and processing of textiles.
The Russian Centre for Reconciliation of Opposing Sides has delivered 427 tons of food supplies, field kitchens, more than 50,000 litres of bottled waters, 7,200 matrasses and bed linen, and 108,000 food sets.
In a short period time, 427 tons of food supplies, and field kitchens with bottled water, 7,100 matrasses and sets of bed linen as well as 91,819 food sets were delivered to the country.
The plants are working at almost full capacity, and the demand for furniture and matrasses means that further orders can only be met though expanding production capacity and installing modern production equipment.