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Mat

A general term for Russian profanity. The use of mat is illegal in Russia, though this is only enforced sporadically. However, inadvertently using mat can make it more difficult (or at least awkward) to conduct business in Russian.
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4 Youphoria Yoga Mat - Made with no harsh chemicals, this yoga mat doesn't have the typical smell of most new mats.
The Timez5 prayer mat is highly recommended by physiotherapists, and is used by patients with neurological conditions.
The luxury mats, made of pure chamois or silk, are designed with a light, flexible and comfortable inner lining and are easy to fold and drape after use.
WEIGHT: While thin mats may be less expensive, they are easily displaced by the door, wheeled carts or just general foot traffic.
Already well known in commercial and industrial settings, anti-fatigue mats are "relatively new in the consumer home market and offer an opportunity for educating the retail buyers of the benefits associated with a true anti-fatigue comfort mat for the home," said Philip Risk, CEO, Sublime Marketing Group LLC, which sells the Imprint mat brand.
New GoodNites Bed Mats feature adhesive strips to adhere to the top of a child's fitted sheet and help the product stay in place all night long.
He invited me to see some of her mats and showed me their worn down horn proggers (tools) which represented all the mats that they had made side by side over the decades.
The grass mats are mainly of two types, one the rugged ones made of twisted paddy grass and the soft and spongy ones made of typical grasses growing in wetland and lakes that abound in Kashmir valley.
For the mats under fast pressing/closing speed, which is quite common in manufacturing MDF, our results indicate that maximum mat pressures are about the same below 17 percent MC.
WHAT better place to launch A Guide To Collecting Beer Mats than the Huddersfield factory which is part of the world's largest beer mat company?
The flexibility of the technique points to a wide range of applications for the resulting fibrous mats, "primarily in the area of biomedical technology," says chemist Timothy E.