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The formation of a film, or the collection of particles, on a paint surface; results from the migration, to the surface, of the insoluble portion of the paint binder.
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Manila [Philippines], Jan 23 ( ANI ): A massive volcanic eruption took place in the Philippines' most active volcano, Mount Mayon, spewing lava and sending a huge amount of ash and smoke into the sky, late on Monday.
The Provincial board is set to conduct an investigation into the project after the Manila Bulletin published a photo of a dredging machine that is not apparently spewing mud outside the river, as claimed by Board Member Gaudencio Ferrer.
The volcano has now been spewing lava for three days and eruptions are likely to become more dangerous.
They said the volcano was spewing thick black smoke, small stones and sulphur," Priyadi Kardono, spokesman of the Disaster Management Agency, said, adding that a rescue team has been sent to survey the area.
Oil is spewing from a damaged well north of a bay where officials have been fighting the spill from the BP disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.
Although eruptions are easier to forecast through the use of seismic equipment, it is inaccurate to assume the concentration of lava spewing from a volcano will be of a particular consistency.
The winner of the International prize for Arabic fiction, launched in Abu Dhabi in 2007 to recognise and reward contemporary Arabic writers, is Saudi Arabian writer Abdo Khal, for his satirical novel titled Spewing Sparks as Big as Castles.
ZIARAT, February 02, 2010 (Balochistan Times): A volcano has started spewing lava in Jhari area of Ziarat, situated some 75 kilometers away from Balochistan Provincial capital Quetta.
ZIARAT, February 02, 2010 (Frontier Star): A volcano has started spewing lava in Jhari area of Ziarat, situated some 75 kilometers away from Balochistan Provincial capital Quetta.
In addition, few scat and spewing samples were found to contain otoliths from both juvenile and adult age categories, further demonstrating size-related digestive biases of prey remains between sample types.
It was one of a series of powerful explosions, some spewing columns of ash one-mile high.
Using the Gemini North Telescope atop Hawaii's Manna Kea, the team late last fall found that an object, known as asteroid 118401, was spewing an abundance of dust, just as a comet does during its journey toward the sun.