cold set


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cold set

A type of short steel chisel having a flat edge; used in cutting bars, flattening sheet-metal seams, etc.
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Scientists at the University of Missouri made restructured silver carp patties using alginate as the cold set binder and determined the effects of organic acids on the cohesiveness of the restructured fish product.
All come on a biscuit base and are cold set rather than baked for a lighter texture.
We got out there and took our shots and did what we had to do - a strange goal from Tom Keeley with a shot from the red line that caught the goalie cold set us on our way.
8220;Being featured in Safeway's cough and cold set in Canada is a partnership that we are very proud to have created,” stated John Rowe, President of Island Abbey Foods Ltd.
Consumers were attracted to Softlips' delicious flavors and colorful packaging yet felt it was too light on such functional benefits as moisturization and protection for the cough and cold set.
Supply of Cold set type web offset printing inks & of a humidification solution compatible the Euro M Mitsubishi news print machine.
Alan Wilcock, RAC Patrol Ambassador of the Year, said: "The outlook for the rush hour commute is bad, with the cold set to play havoc yet again.
WET FROM CHASING HOGS THROUGH THE SWAMP WE BECAME FRANTIC, AND AS THE COLD SET IN AND DARKNESS NEARED WE DECIDED IT WAS USELESS TO ATTEMPT TO FIND A MAIN ROAD.
But then in an instant the youngest fell face down in the snow, the cold set in and the fun was over and we were left with dragging two tired, red-cheeked, whinging children all the way home again.
A cold set of facts in the search for identity, but maybe better than nothing.
Tony, in his own lifejacket, lost contact with the others as he made no headway as darkness and freezing cold set in.