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Cure

To make good a default.
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Cure

1. To correct an error.

2. To make a payment, either in full or in part, on a liability that is in default.
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Orthodontic primer (3M-Unitek) was light cured. Premolar brackets (3M-Unitek) with a bracket base area of 11.35 mm2 were taken and bonded using light cure orthodontic adhesive (3M Unitek).
From cured watermelon to lardo, each chef has creatively transcended the technique and presented is with new ideas and applications in the ancient tradition of curing.
Aqueous extracts containing myoglobin, the iron- and oxygen-binding protein found in the muscle tissue, were prepared from fresh pork and cured with sodium chloride, pyrophosphate, nitrite and ascorbate at final concentrations of 0.1 M, 10 mM, 0.725 mM and 1.42 mM, respectively.
The epoxy or epoxy/PVPh mixtures were cross-linked (cured) with DDS, supplied by Ciba-Geigy as HT-976.
The Supreme Court judge confirmed the referee's report, including the extension of Waldbaum's option to renew until after the default under the lease was cured.
Also, high mold fouling can cause interference with heat transfer and impart an irregular surface to the cured rubber part (ref.
BASF's Dynaseal liquid coating is sprayed on parts after molding and then quickly cured with a 20-lamp configuration of Fusion UV's microwave-powered F600 equipment.
At low concentrations of PVAc, the final morphologies are composed of discrete particles of the LPA dispersed in the cured UPE matrix; at concentrations higher than a critical value.
An appellate court was recently called upon to answer the question: "When is a noisy dog no longer noisy?" Or, in more legal terminology: "When has a tenant effectively cured a violation of a substantial obligation of the tenancy?"