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a device, such as a spatula or rod, for applying a medicine, glue, etc.
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As with all products registered by the department, applicators are required to read and follow the label prior to and during application.
Consumers have brought the beauty bloggers to celebrity status with their informational and trend-setting videos on how-to apply and which applicators are most useful.
Dose distributions for Fletcher and ring applicators were analysed at target points according to recommended protocols using Abacus software.
Human care company Elekta AB (STO:EKTAB) announced on Thursday that it recently entered an agreement to serve as the sole distributor of Kobold Medical's brachytherapy applicators in the US.
But applicators are even worse for the ocean once they break down.
The only maintenance needed is a massage twice a day where the applicators were placed.
PPG Industries' building products-interior coatings group announced that Somerset Hardwood Flooring, Somerset, Kentucky, has been accredited as a member of the PPG CAP Certified Applicator Program (PPG/CAP) group and is the first program participant accredited to apply DURETHANE wood coatings by PPG to hardwood floors.
Keywords: cervix cancer, spatial distribution, PCA, BT applicators
Designed using Fusion's SmartSeal closures, these applicators are expertly engineered to eliminate flow when sealed to prevent wasted product and formula contamination.
1610) sought to evaluate the association between pesticide use and suicide using data from the Agricultural Health Study (AHS), a prospective cohort study of licensed pesticide applicators and their spouses in Iowa and North Carolina in which AHS participants provided data on pesticide use and potential confounders via self-administered questionnaires at enrollment.
Applicators that stay below certain thresholds will be automatically covered by the permit and would not have to file notices with state regulators.

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