Hals


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Hals

 (hälz, häls), Frans 1580?-1666.
Dutch painter of genre scenes and portraits, such as The Laughing Cavalier (1624).

Hals

(Dutch hɑls)
n
(Biography) Frans (frɑns). ?1580–1666, Dutch portrait and genre painter: his works include The Laughing Cavalier (1624)

Hals

(hɑls)

n.
Frans, 1581?–1666, Dutch portrait and genre painter.
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Noun1.Hals - Dutch portrait and genre painter who endowed his portraits with vitality and humor (1580?-1666)
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With her red cheeks, large sensual mouth, and shining, lewd eyes, she reminded you of the Bohemienne in the Louvre by Franz Hals.
The works, including the spectacular group portrait of the Regents of St Elisabeth's Hospital by Frans Hals, have been hanging in the Frans Hals Museum for some time on loan from the Elisabeth van Thuringen Fund.
8) HALS compounds do effectively scavenge free radicals at the coating surface where minor protection of the UVA is given, retard the photo oxidative degradation of polymers (i.
Benzophenones, benzotriazoles, and HALS include Lowilite 20, 20S, 22, and 24 hydroxybenzophenones.
TICKETS for Hal Ketchum's tour in September are selling like hot cakes and the tour is expected to sell out in the next few days.
A new, nonbasic HALS provides stabilization in polyolefins, where interactions with other system components, such as halogenated flame retardants, must be minimized.
In the early 1980s, virtually all other uv-stabilizer producers focused their attention on developing HALS products.
Sanduvor PR-31 tertiary hindered amine with uv absorber built into the molecule is a self-photoreactive HALS.
Cyasorb UV-3346 HALS is FDA-approved for use in polyolefin rood packaging at levels not to exceed 0.
Introduced at the recent SPE Polyolefins 2003 conference in Houston, THT 7001 is a "paintable" non-fogging HALS that is said to be well suited for use in automotive applications.
Compared with other HALS or HALS/uv-absorber combinations, THT HALS boast increased efficiency and longer service life at the same or lower loadings.
Cyasorb UV-3346 HALS is FDAapproved for use in polyolefin food packaging at levels not to exceed 0.