borosilicate glass

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borosilicate glass

[¦bȯ·rō′sil·ə·kət ′glas]
(materials)
A type of glass containing at least 5% boric oxide; used in glassware that resists heat.
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Legislation is moving through the Arizona legislature that would require BOMEX to consider a doctor's record in other states when deciding whether to issue a medical license, consider previous complaints when investigating a doctor's professional conduct, and hold a roll call vote on disciplinary actions.
Its prevalence was noted in early field studies such as BOMEX (Holland and Rasmusson 1973), and motivated a program of continuous dust and aerosol measurements that continue to this day (Prospero and Lamb 2003).
Z., 1970: Preliminary report on the BOMEX sea-air interaction program.
Even the death of a woman in 1995 after Biskind reportedly lacerated her uterus' during an abortion drew only "censure" from BOMEX, who allowed Biskind to continue his practice of late-term abortions unrestricted.
Even before this latest case occurred, BOMEX was investigating the death of Lou Anne Herron, who bled to death in the A-Z Women's Center April 7 after Biskind punctured her uterus while aborting her 26-week-old baby, according to the Arizona Republic.