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Glossy

Bright or shiny, especially on paper or in print. Glossy items are used in marketing in order to attract attention.
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As the glossiness of the different fiber qualities used in polyester spinning and winding also vary, due to the different amounts of matting agents used in their production, Loepfe came up with the idea, to test the new feature in the PT.
In addition, the target value for the exterior appearance was defined by the value of glossiness and it was set as 70, or above, because this glossiness was yielded when the glass fiber exposure was completely suppressed in the test.
The glossiness of the topcoat decreased, but the integrity of the topcoat was better than that of the sample without a topcoat.
number Drying time (sec) Film (mean [+ or -] S.D.) glossiness * (n= 3) 1 60 [+ or -] 5 + + + + 2 70 [+ or -] 5 + + + + 3 65 [+ or -] 5 + + + 4 70 [+ or -] 5 + + + + 5 65 [+ or -] 5 + + + 6 70 [+ or -] 5 + + + S.
The coatings did not significantly alter the flavor, fracturability or glossiness of the plums.
And I wanted something that could have shine and glossiness without being something unattainable," Knutsson told Reuters in a Stockholm office where meeting rooms have names like Bubble Witch Lair, after the game.
SANDRA Bullock looked the picture of perfect Hollywood glossiness at the London premiere of her new movie The Heat.
Its increased top and backside smoothness enhance the vinyl film glossiness while its backside moisture barrier ensures outstanding planarity for faultless performance during printing.
But the closest is: height divied weight x age + glossiness of hair - niceness of handbag x glowiness of skin = envy percentage," she said.
Pellets were easily identified as belonging to the Barn Owl by their texture, compactness, dimensions, and glossiness (Mikkola 1983).
Even as it refers to what Aristotle regarded as the exclusively human "rational soul" and to the Judeo-Christian imago Dei--the idea that humans are made in God's image and as His likeness--the combination of glossiness and "fantastic tricks" might also point to a more modern, scientific explanation of what supposedly separates men from monkeys: the aforementioned ability to recognize oneself in a mirror.