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paint

(pānt),
A solution or suspension of one or more medicaments applied to the skin with a brush or large applicator; generally used to treat widespread eruptions.
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The problem that needs to be overcome to effectively store paint, is that of oxidization.
JG Painting is also an EPA qualified lead safe company and does lead paint testing, abatement and mitigation to homes built before 1978.
1 Work from a paint pail Rather than dipping your brush into the gallon can the paint comes in, transfer a small amount to a paint pail.
In order to have a better understanding of the paint market in India, IPA, appointed AC Nielsen to undertake a detailed and comprehensive study to estimate the size of the market, both in decorative and Industrial paints.
In July, the family-owned company became the first paint store/manufacturer in Lane County - and possibly beyond - to launch a program to recycle its own paint, store manager Jake Belnap said.
With paint problems resulting in cost overruns, lost productivity, and bad first impressions from visitors, whoever said ignorance was bliss clearly wasn't referring to paint.
A: It wasn't until 1978 that the Consumer Products Safety Commission prohibited the use of lead in house paint. This will be your major consideration in restoring an older house, particularly if there are children in the home.
It is a variation of Jorg Immendorff's famous command "Stop painting" (Hort auf zu Malen), continuing the tradition of a praxis that does not believe in painting, but continues to paint on the basis of this very disbelief.
Body painting is temporary, painted onto the human skin, and lasts from hours to weeks.
They failed to develop any rationale to exclude lead paint as a prominent source of lead exposure and should have included a measure of it in their models.
The new e-coat system follows the introduction of Mazda's "Three Layer Wet Paint System" at all of its plants in Japan.
He invented a new way to apply paint, one that combined maximum spontaneity with rigid control and produced images unprecedented in the history of art.