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(polish)
To make a tooth or dental restoration smoother and glossier, usually by the action of friction.
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[USPRwire, Sat Aug 24 2019] The report titled " Furniture Polish Ingredients Market Forecast, Trend Analysis & Competition Tracking: Global Market insights 2017 to 2022" offers detailed assessment of growth dynamics and prospects of the Furniture Polish Ingredients market.
Global Non-Toxic Nail Polish Market Research Report: Information by Type (Base Coat, Top Coat, Gel and Others), Finish (Glossy, Matte, Glitter, Satin and Others), Distribution Channel [Store-Based (Hypermarkets and Supermarkets, Specialty Stores and Others) and Non-Store-Based] and Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of the World) - Forecast till 2024
Ambassador of Polish science, the Ambassador of Polish sport, the Ambassador of Polish culture, Audience Award, the Ambassador of the business - a special prize of the President of KGHM.
"At present, there are approximately 20 Polish companies operating in services, industry and trade in Azerbaijan," he added.
These included traditional Polish dancing, singing, games and competitions.
After presiding over a parade of Polish soldiers, and presenting several of them with medals, President Duda met with EUFOR staff including Chief of Staff, Brigadier General Gabor Horvath, and the Polish Senior National Representative, Lieutenant Colonel Pawel Jedryczka.
This week, the Polish Representative Office in Taiwan is hosting a film festival at the Xinyi Eslite location.
I've been using nail polish for 15 years and all women can relate to the frustration of being incapacitated while waiting for her polish to dry.
After using nail polish on my toes for weeks, I clean them and sometimes, my nails become discoloured.
The foundation had launched a campaign calling for the United States to sever its ties with Poland over the law, which makes the use of phrases such as "Polish death camps" punishable by up to three years in prison and would apply to both Polish citizens and foreigners.
Before leaving the United States, I researched the history of the Holocaust in Poland and quickly began to suspect the Polish government of whitewashing.

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