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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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In addition to cutting a good figure in Pyeongchang, PLEXIGLAS Heatstop is an ideal, transparent glazing material for light-suffused carports, winter gardens, and roof terraces or for faade panels.
Of course, that led to the question as to whether there were rain repellent products suitable for Plexiglas that could also be used to clean the windshield--and this article.
For example, a 70-kph pellet caused an average of four cracks in 1-millimeter-thick Plexiglas plates, while a 280-kph one made eight.
Be aware: There is a danger of heating the Plexiglas too hot.
The original sketches were enlarged and placed under the clear Plexiglas panels which measure 90 cm by 120 cm.
The Plexiglas only comes in 8-foot lengths, however, and the pool would be 10 feet wide where it transitioned from inside to out.
He has provided the launching pad for rayon, synthetic rubber, Bakelite, Plexiglas, vinyl, and Teflon.
1954--Plexiglas was introduced into the automotive market with the introduction of the 1954 Mercury Monterey Sun Valley which featured the green-tinted Plexiglas solar section over the front half of its hard top.
Now the small group ventured back to some plexiglas rooms.
or thinner Plexiglas or plastic at any home center.
This use of partly clear, partly painted Plexiglas simultaneously creates a feeling of nearness and distance, giving voice to the flexibility of borders and boundaries.
The antenna is composed of a loop of wire embedded between two thin pieces of Plexiglas that can be installed as is or painted.