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solid

 [sol´id]
1. not fluid or gaseous; not hollow.
2. a substance or tissue not fluid or gaseous.

sol·id

(sol'id),
1. Firm; compact; not fluid; without interstices or cavities; not cancellous.
2. A body that retains its form when not confined; one that is not fluid, neither liquid nor gaseous.
[L. solidus]

solid

Physics
adjective Referring to a substance that is not liquid or gas.
 
noun A substance, material or object that is not a liquid or gas.

sol·id

(sol'id)
1. Firm; compact; not fluid; without interstices or cavities; not cancellous.
2. A body that retains its form when not confined; one that is not fluid, neither liquid nor gaseous.
[L. solidus]
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This paper evaluated the feasibility of using a skeleton-building method to solidify municipal sewage sludge in which coal gangue was used as skeleton material and cement, clay, and fiber were used as cementation and filling materials.
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We in LTP want to grow steadily and positively in the coming years, to elevate our MRO service and ensuring that the work we do is of excellent quality, safe and held to a higher international standard, and to solidify the company's foothold as a leading MRO provider in the Philippines, in partnership with our valued customers,' the company said.
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"This latest extension of the Ashland/General Polymers partnership with Equistar will definitely help to solidify our position as a key supplier to the wire and cable industry," said Michael Wilson, Ashland marketing manager.
Spain, which has seen its coastline devastated by 17,000 tonnes of oil from the Prestige, rests its hope on the theory that the remaining fuel in its 77,000 tonne cargo will solidify in the extreme cold of the deep Atlantic Ocean.
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