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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.

paint

(pānt)
1. a liquid designed for application to a surface, as of the body or a tooth.
2. to apply a liquid to a specific area as a remedial or protective measure.

paint

Etymology: Fr, peindre
1 v, to apply a medicated solution to the skin, usually over a wide area.
2 n, a medicated solution that is applied in this way. Kinds of paint include antiseptics, germicides,and sporicides.

paint

1. commercial paint products are used in animal accommodation. Most contain some lead, even so-called lead-free paints. Therefore they are capable of causing lead poisoning in animals.
2. see pinto.
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44) It should be noted that at the time this portrait was being painted Giulio also held a number of sees in France: he was archbishop of Narbonne (1515-24), and administrator of the archdiocese of Embrum (1518) and the diocese of Lavaur (1514-24).
Castings from a few ounces up to 1000 lb can be painted to a variety of specifications with one-day service.
And the cars are being painted with just two colors: Either Misano Red or Avus Silver.
One is the development of materials that can be directly painted without requiring any surface modification or adhesion promoter.
For example, lead readings form lead pipes in a wall behind a painted surface are not subtracted from the lead paint readings.
In Dis Pair, 1989-90, the play among painted image, constructed support, and elusive, convoluted planarity reached a point of freaky gigantism in a depiction of architectonic oxfords.
Therefore, even if Rodriguez had painted pursuant to the agreement made with the landlord, his actions may well have increased the lead dust in the apartment and created an even greater hazard to Raquel.
The world is willfully painted in the canvases of both Velazquez and Manet.
By adding bits of black to this mix (which because it is painted before the underlayers dry, tends to have a feathered edge), the artist renders forms like noses, eye sockets, and cheekbones, while staying within the established color family.