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varnish

(var'nish)
A solution of gums and resins in a solvent. When these are applied to a surface, the solvent evaporates and leaves a hard, more or less flexible film. In dentistry, varnishes are used to protect sensitive tooth areas such as the pulp. Synonym: cavity varnish

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He described Varnish as "a bit more assertive than other female cyclists".
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Fenton said in a statement: "It is Varnish's case she was an employee (or worker), with the right not to be discriminated against.
The homogeneity of the sample is assessed by visual method after 48 hrs of preparation of the varnish. After 48 hrs, the sample is checked by rubbing between fingers for their appearance and for the presence of any aggregates, grittiness and smoothness.
The difference ([DELTA]a*) calculated in a* value is in plus direction when compared to the scotch pine samples with no varnish; in other words, the samples tend to turn red.
Our results showed that fluoride varnish with CPP-ACP provided the most resistance against enamel erosion in comparison to the other fluoride varnishes.
Figure 3 shows the average and standard deviations of the elastic modulus of enamel in control, varnish treated lesions, and sound enamel.
And British Cycling upheld the complaint and apologised to Varnish, prompting an angry reaction from Sutton's wife.
And in September 2015, fluoride varnish was added to the Bright Futures Guidelines for Health Supervision of Infants, Children, and Adolescents and integrated into the Bright Futures-AAP periodicity schedule.
Both the B recommendation given by the USPSTF to fluoride varnish application and inclusion in the Bright Futures periodicity schedule mean that fluoride varnish is required by the Affordable Care Act to be covered by insurers without out of pocket costs to the patient.
Allow to dry for 24 hours, and spray with a thin coat of spray varnish according to directions on can.
In addition to applying the flood or spot varnish, the unit can be upgraded with a UV dryer and/or aqueous dryer.