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coat

the hair, wool, or fur of an animal

coat

A single layer of plaster, paint, or any type of material applied to a surface.
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Coated panels for use as concrete forms is another use.
The researchers studied how the brightness stability of coated wood-free paper is affected by pigment coating and the substitution of high-yield pulp for hardwood kraft pulp.
Other researchers are seeing similar benefits using stents coated with the anticancer drug taxol, which also blocks cell migration and growth.
Coating is removed from a flat surface on a core and the difference in the cored surface and the coated surface is measured.
Recently developed aragonite PCC products have facilitated increased gloss in both gloss-calendered coated paperboard and coated papers.
To test the safety of the coated lenses, Reid and his colleagues placed them in rabbits' eyes for 2 months.
At full production speed, this would allow a coated mold to spend 1 min in the infrared drying oven and 4 min in the gas-fired oven for the coat to dry.
Pinhole-free parylene coating can prevent the transfer of substances into or out of a coated substrate, even in one or two micron layers.
Sales of coated foods in the five major markets of Western Europe were worth up to EUR4bn during 2004, with the UK alone accounting for more than EUR2.
Price increases for coated groundwood papers have been announced and achieved, but there is resistance, particularly from catalog publishers.
In early September at the European Society of Cardiology Annual Congress in Stockholm, an international team of researchers reported tests of a stent coated with a polymer that releases sirolimus, an immune-suppressing drug that slows cell growth.
Prior to blowing a core, the cool sand is conditioned with water and mixed to evenly hydrate each coated particle.