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Gutta

A small conical-shaped ornament resembling a droplet used in groups under the triglyph or the cornice found in Classical architecture.

gutta ( pl. guttae)

gutta: Top , guttae attached to mutules; bottom, detail showing guttae
In Classical architecture, one of a number of pendant ornaments in a rectangular arrangement; each gutta is shaped like an inverted frustum of a cone, i.e., a cone in which the upper tip has been lopped off; usually found on the underside of the mutules of a Doric entablature.
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The homogenous adaptation between the dentin and the gutta percha is not affected by the tensile bond strength of the sealer because the point of contact between the sealer and the dentin might be interspersed with voids that lead to leakage.5
Submarine telegraphy was in the nascent stages of development at the time gutta percha was brought to European notice.
You are invited to submit your belting problems for analysis and recommendations by Gutta Percha engineers.
Gutta is a women's doubles and mixed doubles specialist and has won major Asian and world titles all over the globe.
New Delhi: Ace Indian shuttler Jwala Gutta on Wednesday moved the Delhi High Court challenging the decision of Badminton Association of India (BAI) to recommend a life ban on her for alleged indiscipline in the IBL.
For a cold Batik (technique Gutta), the artist uses elegant clearness of figure by applying water colour techniques - pouring (as multicolour), extensions of tone; glazing techniques.
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Authentic gutta percha balls and hickory-shafted cubs are what golfers tee off with when they sign up for a round of 1880s golf at Old Bandon Golf Links, believed to be the only public course west of the Mississippi where people regularly play golf as it was played when steel, graphite and titanium shafts were unheard of.
Gutta percha, a material essentially unknown today, made the cable possible.
The art terms discussed were silk-painting process, including stretching the silk and silk dyes; watercolor method; outline method, including a resist using a gutta liquid-blocking agent; salt technique; fixing or setting the dye; hue; and color harmonies, including analogous, complementary, and warm and cool color contrasts.
Attempts have been made to improve the antimicrobial efficacy of the gutta percha points used exclusively as an inter-appointment intracanal dressing by incorporating calcium hydroxide, chlorhexidine and tetracycline.