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It was banned for human consumption in 1938 but was still available illegally and used as a dye, pesticide and even as a photographic developer.
It may also be found in textile or fur dyes, dark coloured cosmetics, temporary tattoos, photographic developer and lithography plates, photocopying and printing inks, black rubber, oils, greases and gasoline.
The European foreigners, detained in the southern town of Galle, were apprehended after a photographic developer alerted the police.
TABLE Nail changes linked to nutrition deficits and toxins (9) Nail change Associated with Beau's lines (transverse Zinc deficiency depressions of all the nails) Diffuse white nail Zinc deficiency, anemia Koilonychia (concave nails) Iron deficiency Diffuse brown, black, or Malnutrition white bands Diffuse brown nail Photographic developer Variable white Hyopcalcemia, thallium toxicity (rat poison) Muehrcke's lines (transverse, Hypoalbuminemia stationary, paired white bands) Mee's lines (transverse white Arsenic bands) Longitudinal pigmentation [B.sub.12] or folate deficiency
TMAH is a chemical agent for use in the photographic developer used in the manufacturing of thin-film transistors for computers' liquid crystal displays and other semiconductors.
In photography, "the image is already immanent in the exposed film, and the process of development simply makes this latent image apparent." Some biologists believe that organisms change in a similarly preordained fashion: Genes determine the outcome, while environment, like photographic developer, provides nothing more than "a set of enabling conditions that allow the genes to express themselves." Scientists who discount the role of environment in this fashion, he contends, are guilty of "bad biology."
Retired photographic developer Joan Wellerman, from Blackpool, said "I couldn't believe it when you answered.
He also said he laughs now at the thought of how instant pictures are on smartphones and how long he had to wait to get his pictures back from photographic developers at that time.
The company supplies chemicals used in products ranging from hair dyes, drugs and photographic developers to sunglasses, fluorescent jackets and tennis balls.
It is understood photographic developers initially called police last May after they became concerned about a number of pictures on a roll of film which had been handed into their shop for processing.
Unit 35 has been taken by Europa Digital Processing, a photographic developers which has taken the 408 sq ft unit on a ten year lease at pounds 25,000pa.
Richard was given medication to bring his levels down but, on the way home from the doctor, Richard and his wife Suzanne, who works as the manageress of a photographic developers, decided it was time for a change.

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