correcting fluid

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correcting fluid

[kəˌrektɪŋˈfluːɪd] Ncorrector m

correcting fluid

correcting fluid

correction fluid nbianchetto
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Tenders are invited for Supply Of Stationary A4 Size Photostate Paper (75 Gsm) 500 Sheet Legal Size Photostate Paper (75 Gsm) 500 Sheet Correcting Fluid With Water Pad Ink Bottle (40ml) Ball Pan Ordinary With Refill Ordinary Pen Refill Ordinary File Cover Tag Guchi Carbon Paper A4 Size Blue Sapphire (100 Sheet; All Pin Box 100 Gm Cadek
The treatment of such cases requires a definitive surgery including procedures such as correcting fluid electrolyte imbalance and performing blood transfusion in necessary cases, antibiotherapy, small bowel resection, anastomosis, and femoral herniography as well as providing nutritional support.
Any typing error meant a mutter under the breath and a white blob of correcting fluid dabbed on all three sheets, the paper realigned and then the whole process started again.
The comparative effectiveness of three commercial oral solutions in correcting fluid, electrolyte and acid base disturbances caused by calf diarrhoea, Br.
Better Business adverts now promoted instant correcting fluid, New Zealand-made Bic pens with messages Ca classic piece of publicity'), desk calculators, jumbo bins, 44-gallon plastic drums and electric typewriters.
I know there are many people out there with fetishes for paper clips, correcting fluid and box files, but as a gift shop, it leaves a lot to be desired.
It's thought there are some 70 products in the average home that contain lethal solvents or propellants and they include spray deodorants, gas fuels and lighters, some air fresheners, some paint, thinners, petrol and correcting fluid.
Set aside a class period to collect papers individually As errors in English usage were noted, students received correcting fluid to make necessary changes with the help of a classroom editor.
BETTE Graham, mother of The Monkees guitarist Mike Nesmith, invented correcting fluid for typists.
His mother Bette Nesmith Graham was the inventor of Liquid Paper correcting fluid and bequeathed him $25million in her will when she died in the 1970s.
A report by ChildLine and the National Children's Bureau (NCB) found that many children started sniffing glue, nail varnish or correcting fluid from an early age because they were easily available in the home.