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see stupastupa
[Sanskrit,=mound], Buddhist monument in tumulus, or mound, form, often containing relics. The words tope and dagoba are synonymous, though the latter properly refers only to a Sinhalese Buddhist stupa.
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stupa, tope

stupa topped by a chattravali
A Buddhist memorial mound, erected to enshrine a relic or to commemorate a sacred site; consists of an artificial mound, raised on a platform and surrounded by an outer ambulatory with a stone railing and four gateways, crowned by a multiple sunshade.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

tope

1. a small grey requiem shark, Galeorhinus galeus, of European coastal waters
2. any of various other small sharks
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005
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COC grades most commonly extruded into film and used in multilayer structures are Topas 9506F-04 (Tg: 68 C) and Topas 8007F-400 (Tg: 78 C).
Topas COC is also approved for use in medical and pharmaceutical applications.
Used to securely wrap delicate goods, Cryovac Xenith3 features tear strengths from approximately 30 to over 90 g/mil--"far greater than the 2 to 20 g/mil typically found in other shrink films," says Topas. This allows packagers to use thinner grades without sacrificing performance.
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According to Ticona, Topas 8007F-100 delivers the same basic properties as other Topas grades at a better cost-performance ratio.