tusche


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tusche

[′tu̇sh·ə]
(materials)
A liquid lithographic ink that can be used with pen or brush on lithographic stones or metal plates; it is also used in the silk-screen process in a glue-resist system of pattern making; an extremely greasy material.
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Vomel T (1984) Einfluss eines unspezifischen Immunstimulans auf die Phagozytose von Erythrozyten und Tusche durch das retikulohistiozytare System unterschiedlich alter, isoliert perfundierter Rattenlebern.
Researchers exposed participants to a slide of an autopsy embedded within slides of travel scenes (Kramer, Buckhout, Fox, Widman, & Tusche, 1991).
Later in the evening, Susanne Tusche from the town of Memmingen stood outside the Hippodrom tent, already off-limits to non-ticket holders, viewing the revelers through a window.
* Board Members at Large - Marlon Tusche, Pertech Corp, Elizabeth, NJ; Craig Brunk, Strategic Ink Solutions, Arlington Height, IL; and John Toigo, Grand Rapids Printing Ink, Grand Rapids, MI.
"Chris was an obvious choice due to his 25 years of experience in the ink industry and outstanding reputation," Marlon Tusche, vice president of the group, added.
"Peter came up with the idea of selling inks through ink manufacturers rather than distributors since we can provide service," said Marlon Tusche, vice president of sales and marketing for Pertech Printing Inks.
"We are strong in New Jersey, New York City and Long Island, upstate New York as far north as Rochester, Connecticut, Massachusetts and in Pennsylvania as far west as Pittsburgh," said Marlon Tusche, vice president of sales and marketing for Pertech Printing Inks.