Mylar


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My·lar

 (mī′lär′)
A trademark for a thin, strong polyester film.

mylar

(ˈmaɪlɑː)
n
the trade name for a kind of strong, transparent polyester film

My•lar

(ˈmaɪ lɑr)
Trademark. a brand of strong, thin polyester film used in photography, recording tapes, and insulation.
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Noun1.Mylar - a thin polyester film
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
plastic - generic name for certain synthetic or semisynthetic materials that can be molded or extruded into objects or films or filaments or used for making e.g. coatings and adhesives
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If you have the Mylar filter in place, you do not need to be wearing specialized eclipse glasses, but if you don't have a filter, don't look in the viewfinder.
there will be two prices for this item, one without mylar reinforcements and one with mylar reinforced holes.
Working on both sides of transparent mylar, I combine organic and inorganic structures, articulating chance patterns with drawn lines.
The design has been successfully tested on Earth, but now it's going to be launched to the upper atmosphere to test the deployment of its huge mylar sails in flight.
For example, we organise regular seminars and workshops, allowing interested customers to become familiar with Mylar COOK and its full potential on a no-obligation basis.
Diawl Bach, Black Buzzer, Bloodworm, Peach Blob, Mylar Minnow, Black Tadpole and White Fritz Lures have all caught.
Arvind Mylar who was previously responsible for the brand's South Asia business, has now assumed a larger role of Vice-President, Business Development - MENA and South Asia (MENASA).
Many designers over the years have told me that the mechanical mockup saved them because it showed a design flaw that the paper and Mylar models had missed.
They have an impedance of 3 ohm and also include Mylar Midrange and Tweeter.
A Mylar balloon drifted into two electrical power transmission lines, disrupting power to ExxonMobil's Torrance, California, crude oil refinery and sending wholesale Los Angeles gasoline prices up.
A highlight for the company was Dario (pictured), a contemporary table lamp with chrome metal base, mirror body and black transparent mylar shade.
His obsessively researched timelines chronicling cultural phenomenaFrank Zappa, teenagers, the very concept of the avant-gardeinhabit the art-chart spectrum somewhere between the playful mappings of Saul Steinberg and the paranoid diagrams of Marc Lombardi, though the paintings, executed in a Seussian palette with oil on toner on mylar, have a more biomorphic quality, as though history could be rendered as tree roots, or part of a giant squid.