PASTE


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PASTEProgram Analysis for Software Tools and Engineering
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The vamped dress of silver paper and paste, which had been too glaring in the footlights, looked more and more magical and silvery as it danced away under a brilliant moon.
Mr Casby, too, was beaming near the hob, with his benevolent knobs shining as if the warm butter of the toast were exuding through the patriarchal skull, and with his face as ruddy as if the colouring matter of the anchovy paste were mantling in the patriarchal visage.
Since 2004, a paste plant has operated to dewater, transport and deposit the paste fly ash into deposition areas.
At the top of the Prophy Paste category was once again Gelato Prophy Paste, marking 2016 as the fourth consecutive year Gelato has won Top Prophy Paste amongst dental professionals.
Injectable pastes are samples of the replacements used in tissue engineering.
Brown the chicken in a little oil for four minutes, add the curry paste and cook out for another minute.
The second possibility is the reflow profile was still incorrect for the paste. In some cases, high-mass component termination and the paste deposit spend too long at elevated temperature just below paste reflow.
Fly ash is an effective cementitious filler for improving the performance of cement paste and concrete.
Cement paste is not a homogeneous fluid and is itself composed of particles (cement grains) in a liquid (water).
Heat the oil in a wok or large saucepan, add the chicken and stir-fry for 1-2 minutes then add half the curry paste plus 1-2 tablespoons of the coconut milk and cook for 1 minute, stirring constantly.
'Paste', in this context, is just another name for glass.
* To paste your wallpaper, lay it front side down on a clean and dry pasting table.