compo


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compo

1. Any composition material.
2. Mortar made with an appropriate proportion of cement, lime, and sand.
3. Various plastic cements and pastes which harden on exposure, as papiermâché.
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COMPO 2 had the highest amount of fluoride release on the 3rd day as compared to the other set of glasses followed by a decrease of the release at a later time point.
Anything smaller than Compo would look like a garden gnome - if they raise the cash.
Meanwhile, the new Step Compo features ''a compact, lightweight, stylish design and foldable construction that allows easy storage and transport.
The compo pasta produced by Pedrosa provides a three-dimensional effect on frames and framed art pieces.
The third member of the trio was recast four times over three decades, while before it came to an end all of its original characters, Compo, Foggy and Nora Batty, had passed away.
Andrew Haug, resource development manager at NWSCDC said Compo does a lot of work with electric diesel locomotives.
Perhaps if less public money was splashed out on big fat sick pay deals (many cops are entitled to six months on full pay in any one year), on ludicrous compo payouts and on bloated PR budgets there'd be more to recruit officers and solve crime.
CRUEL Owen Collins burned a girl's hand on a radiator because she told him he looked like scruffy TV character Compo.
13 October 2011 - German fertiliser producer K+S (ETR:SDF) is to wrap up the divestment of its garden fertiliser division Compo to buyout firm TritonA next Monday, local daily Financial Times Deutschland (FTD) said today, quoting an internal statement of the vendor.
The original line-up was Compo (Bill Owen), Norman Clegg (Peter Sallis) and Blamire (Michael Bates.
l Denise Hendry's plastic surgeon pays pounds 750,000 compo for botched ops.
Nora's attempts to fend off amorous advances from scruffy layabout Compo - often with a broom - were a Last of the Summer Wine staple.