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overall, overall dimension

A total outer dimension of a building material, including any projection, such as a tongue.
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These apparels include shirts, T-shirts, skirts, trousers, jackets, uniforms and coveralls.
New coveralls made from a cotton fabric treated with flame retardant were released in late 2013, but they were declared too hot by sailors, according to Lt.
The initial conclusions are very encouraging; however a proposed extended field evaluation will provide additional performance data and insight to a potential reduction of life cycle costs through the use of laundering the coveralls.
The coveralls are recycled, which is good for the environment-and they're inexpensive to buy because they're used, Fager says.
Woods first thought about making coveralls for women about 15 years ago, when she first started going underground as part of her job with a mining supply company.
I only wear these coveralls for hunting, and these still had the scent of last year's buck on them; a good omen.
"To meet these varied requirements, we offer a wide range of protective coveralls, lab coats and accessories that cover a broad spectrum of robustness and protection; from general purpose designs for light duty work to more advanced models with specialist features for more hazardous conditions.
That's because it's easy to snag the back of your coveralls on the engine fire suppression system safety pin.
Kimberly-Clark Professional's Kimtech Pure A5 (non-sterile) cleanroom coveralls are suited for both sterile and non-sterile environments.
Kimberly-Clark Professional is introducing Kimtech Pure A5 Cleanroom Coveralls. These non-sterile coveralls follow the company's recent introduction of a sterile Kimtech Pure A5 Cleanroom Coverall.
Kimtech Pure A5 Cleanroom Apparel features Clean-Don Technology offering features that make it easier to put on the coveralls without compromising their sterility including: built-in snaps which gather up legs and arms to lower the risk of the garment touching the floor, then automatically release as the garment is put on; a fold pattern that presents the inside of the garment as the package is opened, reducing the risk of touching and contaminating the outside of the apparel; a blue line along the inside of the garment that signals the proper place to grasp while gowning, to avoid touching the exterior of the garment; and thumb loops that help keep the garment from riding up the arm and help to maintain the glove/garment interface.