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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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And in a subtler register she has reanimated some of the tropes that were declared obsolete by progressivist theories of art history, reinstating the figure-ground opposition that modernist painting supposedly rendered null and void, and introducing exaggerated perspectival depth via whirlpool-like "holes" or abysses in the center of her canvases.
In the middle is the third girl with no piercing or body painting.
Something this large, the painting will tell you what it needs,'' painting conservationist Alyson Souza said on a recent day after descending from one of the tiers of a 55-foot-tall scaffold surrounding the painting.
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She started with Lotto's 1522 painting "Saint Catherine" (see cover).
Concentrations of VOCs are up to ten times higher indoors than outdoors; during the time just after painting, they can be many more times higher.
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Trumbull retired to Boston with renewed determination to pursue a painting career and resolved to obtain further instruction in the art.
During and after painting, these VOCs outgas and can cause adverse short-term health effects such as headache, nausea, dizziness, and eye, throat, and lung irritation.
In addition to making your castings more attractive to the eye, painting and other value-added services can make your foundry look more attractive to customers.
If you're set on painting the nursery, do it as far in advance of the baby's birth as possible.
This book about Vermeer's technique of painting differs from the author's earlier work on the artist by taking a new perspective both on Vermeer as painter and on the reader as viewer.