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In Inner Mongolia, a political subdivision approximately equivalent to a county.
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Preventing this decomposition--or at best controlling it adequately--poses the greatest challenge in WPC extrusion.
The compounded WPC pellets were dried at 100[degrees]C, and then injection molded using a Battenfeld injection molding machine to produce standard ASTM samples.
Quinsigamond Community College reserves 10 seats in its allied health programs for WPC students who meet admissions criteria.
The MC of white oak and southern pine wood were significantly higher than WPC due to more water retention sites available in solid wood.
In order for WPC to be acceptable for these applications, significant product improvements are required.
None of the competitors, including WPC, was given the question--concerning a topping to the pool tank--to which the amendment removing the language of prohibition responded.
For instance, if a colorant is being developed for use in a WPC formulation that includes coupling agents to help improve physical properties, standard colorants that incorporate metallic stearates may actually limit the effectiveness of the coupling agent.
The 33-year-old WPC, who is on long-term sick leave with stress, also claims Strathclyde Chief Constable Willie Rae failed to protect her from sexual harassment at work.
The potential for the WPC is enormous given that there are more than 20,000 medical device manufacturers worldwide, half of those in the United States.
The WPC and its global Communist Party networks are the only force capable of providing the organization, experience, leadership, manpower, and funding to pull off those kinds of simultaneous massive demonstrations in hundreds of cities worldwide.
Gender was central to how the WPC interpreted the magnitude of labor's crisis.
Normal useful functional properties of WPC include browning, cohesiveness, emulsifying, foaming, gelling, and water binding.