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latten

[′lat·ən]
(metallurgy)
A thin metal sheet, particularly of brass or similar alloy, hot-rolled steel, or tin-covered iron, used for ornamental purposes.

latten

An alloy of copper and zinc; yellow in color, resembling brass.
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The latten held the lesson sheet and horn in place and was composed of brass or brass-alloy, hammered into thin sheets and easily cut with scissors.
There is a different story for every fiber type and there is a different story for every region," Latten says.
Palestinians wave a flag and Arafat picture on the top of the Deir al Latten church in Gaza during a protest for Muslim and Christian support for people in the Church of the Nativity
The contents of Shem's house are likewise littered with used goods, including "borrowed brogues," "curried notes, upset latten tintacks," "once current puns, quashed quotatoes, messes of mottage," and "stale shestnuts" (183.
An excellent buffet was followed by a concert featuring Triawd: Mrs Ann Davies, Viv Turner and Mrs Mary Latten.
Disrupting status quo like this is one of the ways Consolidated Fibers offers the best value in fiber solutions," said Paul Latten, division president.
Consolidated Fibers is seeing an increase in interest in its bamboo offering, according to Paul Latten, division president, international and technical fibers.
At the recent Vision Consumer Products conference, Paul Latten, INDA chairman, credited the wipes market--and Swiffer in particular--for expanding the nonwovens industry's profile during the past decade.
Dru Kefalos, marketing communications manager, ExxonMobil Chemical, Paul Latten, vice president of nonwoven and textile fibers, INVISTA, John Michaud, general manager of wipes, The Americas for Ahlstrom, Robert Pine, executive vice president of Elk Performance Nonwoven Fabrics and Jim Schaeffer, CEO of PGI Nonwovens.
As technology continues to improve, fiber blends are becoming more commonplace," explained Paul Latten, nonwovens and industrial staple business director of KoSa, Houston, TX.
Many of these products are engineered to deliver specific functional benefits in applications such as baby diapers, wipes and feminine hygiene products and adult incontinence products," said Paul Latten, director of nonwovens and industrial staple fibers at KoSa.