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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.
Add iced champagne until it attains the proper opalescent milkiness. Drink three to five of these slowly."
Such a high average daily weight gain in lambs of different genotypes from birth to 4-4.5 months of age, is, first of all, explained by genetically predetermined maturity rate developed during evolution in fat-tailed sheep, high milkiness of ewes, and animals' better adaptation to the conditions in their breeding areas.
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He tries to summon the image of his mother but "cannot make out her face, only an iridescent veil of pale, cloudy milkiness wafting close to her skin." Then there is the photo of himself dressed as a child cavalier, which Vera finds between the leaves of Le colonel Chabert, Balzac's novel of lost identity, and which calls to mind the occasion when Jacques accompanied his opera singer mother to a costume ball, acting the page to her Rose Queen.
(34) Milk (commonly termed a "white meat," that is, dairy produce) was also considered to be cooling: Henry Butts, noting that milk is cold and moist, warns "Vse no violence after it, nor drink wine, afore you feele it thoroughly decocted [meaning digested]." (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.
Table 2: The physical properties of UV-WPUA and WPUA/[SiO.sub.2] oligomers Sample Apparent Particle Polydispersity Appearance viscosity size (mPa*s) (nm) UV-WPUA 0.236 37.6 0.318 slightly white; semitransparent; microblue UV-Hyb-1 0.203 47.2 0.331 slightly white; semitransparent; microblue UV-Hyb-2 0.205 81.8 0.328 slightly white; semitransparent; microblue UV-Hyb-3 0.213 106.5 0.320 milkiness; semitransparent; microblue UV-Hyb-4 0.215 107.7 0.316 milkiness; opaque; microblue UV-Hyb-5 0.230 113.2 0.286 milkiness; opaque; microblue *: slightly white; *: milkiness; #: semitransparent; *: opaque; *: microblue The hybrid oligomers had a maximum diameter of 113.2 nm (UV-Hyb-5), and the particle became bigger with the content of the TEOS increasing.
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.