Plastic element

(Physiol.) one that bears within the germs of a higher form.
- Lyell.

See also: Plastic

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The four plastic element (4P) lens featured on the 5-megapixel front-facing camera provides audio controlled spontaneous snapping, auto-scene recognition and auto-facial enhancement.
A specialist plant is required to remove and recyle the plastic element of some goods so a nearby site would be ideal.
The Eggxactly cooker holds the egg in a flexible plastic element which heats it to just over 100C.
James Seddon has produced a device called Eggxactly, which places the egg in a flexible plastic element and heats it to just over 100C.
So coming back to that plastic element of people having fun and being able to dance and sing along .
0-megapixel camera with four plastic element lens, voice-activated hands-free 'Selfie' function and 88-degree wide-angle shooting capability.
Next to these two elements was a third plastic element on the wall, another incongruous presence, a large, irregular volume, geometric and faceted, and divided into two elongated sections, upper and lower, with a small side "arm," the entire piece clad in a mirrored surface.
the device's plastic element is within a chemically-resistant housing that measures 0.
Contract award: new specialist nursing home, day hospital and outpatient practice in psychiatry - plastic element window.
There will also be smiles next month, but they will have a plastic element to them.
Indeed, the film projector, placed on a freestanding sawhorse table, was an integral, plastic element of the installation, in view at all times.
Contract notice: New specialist nursing home, day hospital and outpatient practice in psychiatry - plastic element window.