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BKGBackground
BKGBanking
BKGBookkeeping
BKGBaking
BKGBruckmann & Kreyenborg Granuliertechnik (German science and technology company)
BKGBreakage
BKGBeta Kappa Gamma (fraternity)
BKGBundesamt für Kartographieund Geodäsie (German: Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy)
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In laboratory tests, the new and improved relaxer system showed an 80% reduction in hair breakage and yielded softer, silkier hair.
Correlates of condom breakage and slippage among university undergraduates.
The integrated tool measuring makes the use of preadjusted tools unnecessary and tool breakage control possible.
Detailed reports (3,715) on slippage and breakage were collected from the first five study condom uses.
Breakage costs incurred in these repayments were [pounds sterling]
This minimum leaves adequate clearance and depth in the feeding and compression sections of the screw, so as to ensure steady feeding of long pellets and minimize glass breakage in the compression section.
APTI's relationship with cellular phone manufacturer Motorola began after the communications company reported up to 20 percent breakage when transporting ultra-fragile silicon wafers.
garhi exhibit incisions made by stone tools during meat removal as well as breakage attributed to marrow extraction.
Two other problems were the monitoring and control of the silica solids content of the slurries, and a higher incidence of mold "cup" and "skirt" breakage.
In general, composite insulators are lightweight, and they can significantly reduce losses from breakage and vandalism.
Research and innovation have been combined by Mackenzies to uniquely solve breakage problems with hollow items, utilizing thicker solid chocolates and more advanced shipping materials.
In addition, the fibers are non-abrasive, resistant to breakage in numerous reuse cycles, and free of residual ash when incinerated.