milkiness


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milkiness

A white, semiopaque discoloration in a clear varnish film.
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Later airplanes have published tolerances regarding crack lengths and locations on windows, but deal with crazing and milkiness by providing guidance on clarity and line of sight and deferring to the judgment of maintenance technicians.
35) When we realize that human breast milk was recom mended for consumption by adults as well as children in Shakespeare's time, references to milk and milkiness in the plays begin to make more sense.
Polypropylene has a natural milkiness, so our new clarifying agent provides much higher levels of clarity and masks that yellowness," says Heather Newland, marketing manager for Milliken.
In the present work, it has been observed that the sample having a relatively high amount of EGDMA shows greater milkiness and lower transparency, a situation which may be attributed to the light scattering phenomena.
As a specialist suckler breed, its milkiness, robustness and calving ability means there is a ready demand for female replacements.
She examined her eyes for signs of milkiness and inspected her hands for old people pox.
The hill sheep are Welsh Mountain and he has about 20 Balwen ewes and about 50 Solways, which he likes for their milkiness.