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brightener

[′brīt·nər]
(metallurgy)
Any of the agents which are employed in small concentrations in the electrolytic bath for electroplating metal to yield smoother or brighter coatings.
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Brighten your kitchen with beautiful appliances from Smeg.
Brighten is a boutique investment firm specializing in securitisation, mergers and acquisitions, and direct investments into technology companies related to the sharing economy, O2O (offline to online and vice versa), and Fintech (finance technology).
Brighten the Cabinets and Drawers--Many kitchens today feature under-cabinet lights to brighten up countertops.
In 1964 astronomers Alan Binder and Dale Cruikshank reported that observations of Io with a photoelectric photometer revealed that the satellite brightens temporarily when it emerges from Jupiter's shadow following eclipses.
These bookmarks will brighten up the dullest of reads
New lighting for the kitchen or dining room is another easy, inexpensive way to brighten up your home's overall look.
The brush makes the application easy and precise to help conceal and brighten skin tone and light-up the darker areas of the face (dark circles, chin area, lip contour, and sides of the nose)
Belides Daisy Flower, Applephenon helps brighten and supports self-repair.
VIEWS of Middlesbrough's Albert Park and Stewart Park are being used to brighten up empty shop unit frontages in the town.
Brighten up her day with some vivid yellow coloured nail polish from H&M (pounds 2.
The aim was to brighten up the centre and to create a blank canvas on which they can put a few of the children's pictures and murals.
When he was twenty-nine and promoting Pavement's album Brighten the Corners, Stephen Malkmus told the New York Times, "Nothing bores me more than the generation of twenty-something people.