full coat

full coat

A paint film of optimum thickness.
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He wore a full coat and a horribly greasy black satin waistcoat, with no cravat, and his whole face seemed smeared with oil like an iron lock.
The billies are stout, imposing animals that, in full coat, look even bigger than they are because of long hair all around.
Apply one full coat over the entire Jet Bridges using Sherwin Williams Macropoxy 646 at 6-8 mills.
Born hairless, they have a full coat of fur after just five days Sadly, despite having fur coats, up to 70% of water voles do not survive the winter.
The house has a covered front porch and formal foyer with a full coat closet.
Make-up Including full coat of foundation trowelled on by assistant and legs painted to match her dress.
If all the coins are placed side by side, the full coat of arms can be seen.
Mist coats dry quicker than a full coat, so you can typically apply several mist coats with less-than-normal waiting time.
They are fully developed at birth, with their eyes open and a full coat of hair and they are able to function with a degree of independence.
are partial albinos, and the full coat color is expressed only on cooler body surfaces.
The description begins with the "long full coat of pale blue, fastened down the front from breast to hem with laces and bosses or buttons.
The mice treated with estrogen remained nearly hairless throughout the trial, while those given the blocker grew a full coat within 4 weeks, the researchers report in the Oct.