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Originally, the zipper was developed as a variation of the "clasp locker," a boot-lacing device invented by urban planner Whitcomb Judson (1846-1909) in his spare time.
Earlier, Orbos said the MMDA decided to reintroduce the zipper lane because of the capital's limited road network and the reality that there are lots of cars out in the streets.
Healthy home cooked food becomes essential for their school lunch and therefore zipper bags to pack these are an ideal solution.
Cutting the median bar of a zipper isn't as easy as it might sound.
Zipper Repair Most of the zippers boaters deal with are called tooth-type separating zippers.
Pre-zippered film with foldable zippers on the unlocked position is formed into a gusseted package.
Zipper lanes may be a solution, but it is not for me to tell highway officials how to ease congestion.
ZIPPER TEETH THAT SEPARATE CAN BE CHILLING, TO SAY THE LEAST, HERE ARE A FEW TIPS ON HOW TO FIX THE COLD AIR BLUES ON YOUR OWN.
A proven simple and reliable zipper system developed by Pro-Pac Services is built into the already proven standard Rollstock Inc.
The Leak-Proof zipper seals to a variety of laminates and polyethylene films.
Zip-Pak's new Pinch Grip[TM] zipper allows consumers of potato chips and other salted snacks to open packaging with the traditional "pinch-and-pull" method, then reseal packaging for maximum freshness.