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frit

[frit]
(materials)
Fusible ceramic mixture used to make glazes and enamels for dinnerware and metallic surfaces, as on stoves and metal-base basins and tubs.

frit

Small friable particles produced by quenching a molten glassy material.
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Al Salomi's 5,600-square meter plant, located in Suez, Egypt, includes continuous furnaces and computerized production lines and is expected to be one of Ferro's lowest cost frit production sites.
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And Frits Ruprecht was to have his outrageous adventure .
Frits Seegers, chief executive of Barclays' global retail and commercial banking arm, said the group had been keen to get into the Russian retail market for some time.
The machine presses eight sharpened SST tubes into a pre-cut sheet of filter paper to cut the frits and picks them up inside the tubes.
Koeman, 44, clashed with PSV chairman Frits Schuitema last season when the team appeared to have squandered their title chances but they ended up snatching the Dutch championship on goal difference in a dramatic last-day finale.
Isolation Technologies" products include the IsoBar column platform for UPLC and the Iso-Prep column platform, as well as hardware, tubing, fittings, filters and frits.
Frits van Paaschen will be leaving Molson Coors to join Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide on 24 September.
La part reelle de la production nationale atteignait 35,5%, avec le marche de la distribution plus enclin a consommer des plats prepares que des plats frits (44,4%), et seulement 11,6% des produits issus de la peche destines au secteur de la distribution.
The NFL is the single greatest sports property in the world and we are extremely pleased to remain associated with it--particularly in light of the intense competition for the beer category sponsorship," said Frits van Paasschen, president and CEO of Coors.
Heads of government agreed to rewrite a proposed services directive proposed last year by former internal market Commissioner Frits Bolkestein, after pressure from Germany, France and others.
The article featured key trans-Atlantic negotiators William McDonough, chairman of the newly established PCAOB, and Frits Bolkestein, the former EU Commissioner for Internal Markets, as they succeeded in defusing a potentially explosive situation arising from extraterritorial conflicts in law and regulation by building on new European oversight structures under which the principle of reciprocity could be accepted.