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res·in·ous

(rez'in-ŭs),
Relating to or derived from a resin.

res·in·ous

(rez'i-nŭs)
Relating to or derived from a resin.

resinous

(rĕz′ĭ-nŭs)
Having the nature of or pert. to resin.

res·in·ous

(rez'i-nŭs)
Relating to or derived from a resin.
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The resinous wood is used for incense, and for medicinal purposes.
Milamar Coatings is an Oklahoma-based firm that produces resinous coatings for floors, walls, and industrial applications.
Creating proper slope for drainage is routine for contractors who install fluid-applied resinous coatings.
Other topics of the 173 papers include molecular dynamic simulation of void structures in vitreous silica, rheumatism drug delivery systems, a light-curing dental resinous monomer, the strength of two-stage concrete, and the cutting temperature of AISI 1045 in high speed milling.
So that, he added, the government responded to it through a wide package of resinous and inclusive reform issued recently by President of the Republic Field Marshal Omer Al-Bashir.
(2,7) Over time, changes in dental cements' structure and chemical reactions have been implemented, improving their physical properties and going from conventional acid-base cements, such as zinc phosphate and glass ionomers, to resinous cements of the latest generation.
delicate fabric + appraised = resinous secretion + time period + spread to dry
The men were looking for precious agarwood, a resinous heartwood used for perfume and incense, when they encountered the tigers, Sondani was quoted as saying by DPA.
Lodgepole pine has knots, typically small in size, and a distinctive resinous odor.
Platinum Maintenances Services Corporation announced the creation of a new division, Platinum Terrazzo, focused solely on the installation and repair of terrazzo and resinous flooring.
full of complexishness from the grains, and weighing in at 7.6% abv, it is mondo-dry-hopped for that big aroma and resinous hop flavor."
Chapter 2 is devoted to kino, the resinous exudate from the gums.