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blotter

[′bläd·ər]
(engineering)
A disk of compressible material used between a grinding wheel and its flanges to avoid concentrated stress.
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Key words: Rice, mycoflora, agar plate method, blotter paper method, Curvularia lunata.
The suggested number of layers (column 4) relates to the number of blotter paper to be superimposed to form the standard absorbent pad referred to in the respective methods.
O meio BDA e mais rico em nutrientes, ao contrario do blotter, e isso provavelmente favoreceu uma maior recuperacao de fungos.
Ink blotters like the ones seen here were among the many wartime products to feature Grandpop.
Products include the Original Cleaning Cloth, PowerPad, Auto/Marine Cloth, Sports/Outdoor Cleaning Cloth, Super-Absorbent Drying Towel, MysticMop, Cloud Duster Mop, and Grease Blotter.
The Seal-On blotter is a thin film strip impregnated with m*doc.
Substrata Dehulled 1 top of blotter Dehulled 2 between blotter Dehulled (with hulls) 3 top of blotter Dehulled (with hulls) 4 between blotter Dehulled (0.
With its crime coverage, RedEye is part of a larger phenomenon: the revival of the police blotter by youth-oriented and alternative papers.
The blotter can be removed as soon as the bleeding stops ( normally a couple of minutes.
Among Alltracel's line-up is a patented anti-bleeding product, known as the Blotter, aimed at stemming minor cuts such as shaving nicks.
It may be distributed in breath-mint vials, treated sugar cubes, gel wafers called "windowpanes," pills, or decorated blotter paper that is chewed or swallowed.
The newsletter also serves as a police blotter, noting arrests and clashes between Native Americans and "occupation forces"; a calendar of events; a newspaper of record, noting deaths and graduations; and a book store offering numerous scholarly works and first-person accounts.