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VARNVarnish
VARNVolunteer Attorneys for Rural Nevadans (Carson City, NV)
VARNVehicular Astropod Research Nacelle (Might and Magic gaming series)
VARNVocal Arts Resource Network (Ohio)
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Stepan Arkadyevitch, going down, carefully took the canvas cover off his varnished gun case with his own hands, and opening it, began to get ready his expensive new-fashioned gun.
He literally looks as if he had been varnished all over.'
Yildirim gathered his in-depth knowledge of varnishes for the packaging and labeling industry as the technical sales manager at another varnish manufacturer.
"Nominees like Varnish Software are revolutionizing the way people experience media and entertainment," said NAB Executive Vice President of Conventions and Business Operations Chris Brown.
The former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor was one of three witnesses Varnish had hoped would appear at the Manchester Employment Tribunal on her behalf, but he failed to show up on Wednesday, placing huge question marks over the admissibility of his evidence.
On how we went about pursuing the project, Kaabi said, 'The most common way to protect oil paintings against dust, heat and humidity is by using varnish which is made up of toxic chemicals.
Track cyclist Varnish was seeking to compete at the 2016 Rio Olympics but was removed from the Great Britain team just a few months prior to the Games.
These isolated compounds were used to assess antimicrobial properties along with other components added in varnish.
A remarkable Jacobean re-emergence after 200 years of yellowing varnish 1/2 pic.twitter.com/yBGNGDcNd7
Analysis of variance (ANOVA) tests were performed to determine the effect of heat treatment and varnish application on surface color properties of scots pine and Eastern beech samples (0.05 significance level).In addition, in both types of wood subjected to heat treatment and varnishing,, the average values of color parameters were compared with multiple Duncan tests.
The specimens were covered with two layers of acid-resistant nail varnish, leaving an exposed window of enamel, approximately 1 mm x 1 mm, in the center of each buccal surface.