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Lucite

A somewhat tongue-in-cheek trophy presented to an investment banker at a dinner celebrating the close of a major deal. A lucite usually is designed to remind the banker of the experience. For example, if a deal involves a merger in the meat-packing industry, the lucite may be shaped like freeze-dried chicken.
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Prossor's outlook was more liberal than that of Perspex, but inevitably both writers were the products of their age, not least in gravitating towards Europe when seeking new cultural trends.
Standard adults diet (Honey 1g, sucrose 5mg, protein 5g, yeast 1g and distilled water 40 ml) was provided twice daily in droplets on Perspex sheet strips with the help of fine camel hair brush.
Perspex Queen also ran in the 2003 equivalent of the same race as her offspring at Dawstown last Sunday, but could manage to finish only fourth.
APCRC team leader Dr Martijn van Eijkelenborg said that the new fibre was produced by precision-drilling 100 or more holes in an 8cm thick rod of special Perspex, then heating and stretching it until it was up to 400 metres long, and a fraction of a millimetre thick.
His signs are made from metal or perspex panels and letters cut from perspex.
An iced-tea pitcher stands on a piece of bullet-proof perspex from a B-17.
Louis, extended its line of medical resins with its new Perspex CP-61 UVT-N.
Designs for the bar include a Designs for the bar include a perspex and wooden canopy perspex and wooden canopy over the beer garden.
A GRAFFITI artist branded the "Flintshire Banksy" has struck again - and now councillors hope to protect the piece with perspex to preserve it as an artwork.
HUNDREDS of pounds of pigeons have escaped after thieves stole two perspex panels from the roof of their loft.