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Economics of, relating to, or intended for protection of domestic industries
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In addition, Otis offers a Starter Pack that includes half-ounce tubes of Complete Cleaner, Firearm Lubricant, Firearm Protectant, and an all-purpose receiver brush.
Once they opted in, they received a bottle of 303's Automotive Protectant and were prompted to showcase their 303 experience through before-and-after car photos, product reviews, and personal stories on social media.
The Battle Born HP-Pro Lubricant and Protectant (left) is a blend of synthetic oils subjected to extreme pressure and treated with corrosion inhibitors, anti-oxidants and anti-foam and anti-wear additives.
Firstly I obviously use hair protectant by Tony and Guy.
Derma Shield is a non-greasy, non-toxic, temporary skin protectant that can be applied to any area of the skin.
The hospital skin care policy at a non-teaching community hospital in Connecticut was reviewed and revised to include the use of a cyanoacrylate protectant in the treatment of skin tears based on an examination of a variety of reported methods in the literature.
Rhus dermatitis can be reduced or prevented with quaternium 18 bentonite (organoclay) lotion and a topical skin protectant.
Armadillo polymer protectant is the latest addition to Blue Wonder Gun Care Products' family of firearm maintenance accessories.
The kit contains a four-ounce tube of Gun Cleaner, a one-ounce jar of Armadillo polymer protectant, a one-ounce pump spray of Disotec XFR premium lubricant and a four ounce pump spray baffle of Fast Blast.
Los Angeles, CA, is based on gamma irradiation and a radio protectant that is designed to inactivate pathogens, including microorganisms.
The protectant mancozeb fungicide, Dithane, has several new off-label approvals for use on eight different horticultural crops, adding to the ever-increasing label and off-label uses for this broad-spectrum fungicide.
The patent claim is based on combining an OTC anti-inflammatory product, such as aspirin, acetaminophen or ibuprofen, with a synergistic formulation of select antioxidants, such as green tea, astragalus root, elderberry and a liver protectant, such as milk thistle.