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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.
According to Lewis, the density of the polymer on a coated surface is so high that natural microbial defense mechanisms will be overwhelmed.
* to cease the production of coated magazine paper on Jamsankoski PM 4 during the first quarter in 2007 and to convert the machine to produce label papers starting during second quarter of 2007.
Heldman of Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions in Baltimore says the coated stents represent a "whole new paradigm of combining a device with a biological agent to treat coronary disease."
Papermakers have shown an interest in using high-yield pulps (HYP) in wood-free coated papers to reduce cost and improve product performance.
The tests showed the relatively higher resistance of the coated (both aluminum foil and aluminum spray) sand cores to hot distortion.
To test the safety of the coated lenses, Reid and his colleagues placed them in rabbits' eyes for 2 months.
The oxygen transmission rate (OTR) measurements are made on both coated mad uncoated substrates.
Six years ago, the two companies started on the joint development of non-stick coated process belts.
THREE-DIMENSIONAL OBSERVATION OF COATED PAPER BY CONFOCAL LASER SCANNING MICROSCOPE
The comparative loss in strength of the coated cores will most likely be substantial.