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A former slang term for the spot exchange rate for the U.S. dollar and the French franc.
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Mixing different amount of OPC into plaster of Paris will result in different POCP and R-CP.
Master moulds from which the plaster of Paris moulds were made were used over and over again, reducing the definition of the finished articles, coloured glazes were cheaper and duller and the overall appeal of models deteriorated.
Plaster of Paris cast was inexpensive and can be used with ease to produce a smooth and contouring cast.
Fill the container with the plaster of paris. Turn the shell so that its inside faces up, and press it into the plaster of paris.
These materials are bauxite, activated alumina, alum, plaster of paris, plastic clay, and lime.
The plant will be designed to achieve a capacity of eight million square metres of Gypsum board and 200,000t of plaster of Paris per annum in the first phase, scaling up to 16m square metres of board in a second phase in accordance with demand.
I portion out the 3:1 mix and put it in an empty coffee can and shake it real good so the Plaster of Paris coats and infuses the oatmeal completely.
A school was ordered to pay pounds 19,000 yesterday after a 16-year-old girl lost most of her fingers when she put her hands in a bucket of plaster of Paris during a school art lesson.
A SCHOOL has been ordered to pay pounds 19,000 after a 16-year-old girl lost most of her fingers when she put her hands in a bucket of plaster of Paris during a school art lesson.
What is the common name for hydrated calcium sulphide, the setting agent for plaster of Paris?
Moreover, this product can be used on wood finishes, plaster of Paris and clay accessories which are growing industries.
* Plaster of Paris (available at craft and hobby stores)