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A slang term for a credit card, especially when being used to make frivolous or luxurious purchases.
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The Education Ministry said it has no plans at the moment to stop the use of polycarbonate plates, saying it is unclear if they have any harmful effect.
The question is: Do you spend a little more on polycarbonate lenses or on health care after the fact?
The report indicates a wealth of information on polycarbonate manufacturers and distributors
Makrolon[R] Lumen XT LC0 polycarbonate sheet - A new grade - Makrolon[R] Lumen XT LC0 polycarbonate sheet - will debut at Strategies in Light.
Heating tests that simulated stove-top sterilization triggered the bottles to release 5 percent of the unbound BPA into a mixture of alcohol and water designed to mimic the baby formula and fatty foods that might be stored in polycarbonate containers.
Each country's market overview covers the following: polycarbonate production in the country, major polycarbonate producers, polycarbonate consumption in the country market, polycarbonate trade in the country, polycarbonate prices
The Global Polycarbonate (PC) Industry Report 2015 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the PC industry.
Transit agency officials, engineers, operations personnel and planning officials attending the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) Expo will discover how polycarbonate sheet products from Bayer can effectively reduce cost and contribute to improved passenger safety and comfort.
For the bus station, however, he moves into more unfamiliar territory, employing steel and polycarbonate in a contemporary reinterpretation of the heroic iron and glass canopies of the nineteenth century.
These inks use Bayer's APEC high-temperature polycarbonate as the carrier for the pigment particles.