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exudation

[‚ek·syə′dā·shən]
(chemical engineering)

exudation

Any liquid or liquid-like material which oozes through a pore, crack, or opening in a concrete surface.
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Non-Arab models notice this gap in the market and have the training and ability to exude Arab beauty, giving them a head-start.
Patton, complete with ivory-handled revolvers on his hips, couldn't exude more confidence, certainty, and know-how than Bill O'Reilly." With Bill O'Reilly, it's all about the exuding.
Owens was a denizen of the same Livermore Valley development as many of his subjects, and his photographs exude a neighborly politeness.
Tree pollution Northern pine forests may exude nitrogen oxides--gases that contribute to smog and acid rain--in quantities that rival those produced by industry and traffic worldwide (163: 166 *).
No, my ladder-climbing lady friends, we don't have to act like men to exude confidence and power in the office.
Hire people who exude a good attitude, because attitudes are contagious.
If the shape of a woman's body bears a distinct resemblance to a spoon, Edward Jackowski, CEO of Exude, Inc., recommends she stay away from stair climbers and step classes and concentrate on the stationary bike, treadmill and ski machine instead.
How can she do this and still exude the sense of tremendous peace that she is known for?
But here's a new twist: So accustomed are we to allegations that plastics emit, exude, or exhale something unpleasant into the soil, water, or air that we may have overlooked contrary evidence that plastics are taking waste products out of the environment.
* Oaks exude courmarins and other phenolics, inhibiting herbs and grasses.
It does not exude like stearate, often the cause of uneven and splotchy surface areas.
Though her voice is too feminine for Sinclair to exude sex appeal, Wu does capture his occasional condescension with aplomb.