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Cure

To make good a default.

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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This complete sugar curing salt strikes in from the OUTSIDE--gives a thorough cure and rich wood-smoke flavor.
The Accu-Cure is available as one of five packages: a complete conveyorized UV curing system with one or two curing heads, vacuum hold-down and exhaust system; curing heads with light guard assembly; vacuum hold-down retro-fit package; additional conveyer sections by the tbot.; and conveyor unit with vacuum hold-down.
But in the face of technology, industrialization and globalization, the curing traditions created two millennia ago or more have largely remained the same.
They found that calcium salt in curing solutions had notable negative effects on muscle fiber hydration and water-holding capacity, but did not affect the color of cured meat.
Alkyl aniline promoters for polyester resins promote ambient and low temperature decomposition of peroxide catalysts, allowing for better control of resin curing and gell times.
New technology has once again arrived in the light curing unit arena.
The curing agent, catalysts, or thermoplastics added to the epoxy blends importantly affect the mechanism of the epoxy curing [6, 16].
All samples were then placed into a 60C (140 F) oven for 24 hours of curing. Upon completion of the curing cycle, the samples were tested in the APA for resistance to rutting.
In coldbox tooling design, it is necessary to create an atmosphere that allows the liquid amine to be converted to a vapor state for efficient curing of the core sand mass.
The most common is the curing oven, which is relatively inexpensive to operate.
Department of Agriculture in Athens, Ga., and his colleagues report that the amount of potent carcinogens called nitrosamines in smokeless tobacco hinges on a crucial step in the plant's growing and production process, namely curing. While the researchers detected, at most, trace amounts of nitrosamines in green tobacco plants, the compounds abound after curing.