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n.1.(Opt.) A glass which makes a single object appear as many; a multiplying glass.
2.(Med.) An apparatus for affording a view of the different cavities of the body.
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Modifier Manufacturer Multifunctional epoxy Joncryl[R] ADR4368-C BASF Tris(2,3-epoxypropyl) isocyanurale (TGIC) Aldrich Hexamethylene diisocyanate (HDI) Aldrich 1,3-Phenylene-bis-oxazoline (PBO) Evonik Styrene maleic anhydride copolymer XIRAN[R] Polyscope SZ 40005 (SMA) Dicumyl peroxide (DCUP) Aldrich TABLE 2.
The latest polymer and additive suppliers to book stands at the shows include Dow Corning, DuPont, Mitsui, MPI Chemie, Polyscope, Solvay and Vertellus, said a statement.
Polyscope Polymers BV, a specialized manufacturer of styrene maleic anhydride (SMA) copolymers, has introduced Xiloy, a polypropylene-based compound for the automotive market.
11) Two years later, Paste-Pot and Shears--the house organ for the Selig Polyscope Company--made the same claim.
Polyscope has broadened its portfolio of XIRAN neat resins, compounds, powders and liquids with a range of XERAN compatibilisers.
He established the Selig Polyscope Company in Jacksonville in 1911, bringing with him from Los Angeles "160 trained elephants, tigers, lions, camels, horses" and "15 native American Indians" (Nelson 20).
Major SMA producer Polyscope is leading the way in expanding the use of this polymer as a property enhancer.
In 1910, the same year Biograph released Ramona, the New Jersey-based Edison Manufacturing Company released Pardners, which Beach adapted from his 1904 short story, while the Chicago-based Selig Polyscope Company produced In the Frozen North, a melodrama also set in the Klondike goldfields.
Selig, la Selig Polyscope Company, que empleaba verdaderos cowboys y pieles rojas para representar el verdadero oeste norteamericano.
Providing interior materials that are lighter, more cost-effective and efficient to produce are the goals of Polyscope Polymers (Geleen, Netherlands; www.
In the early days of moving pictures, the Edison Manufacturing Company (hereafter EMC) vied with its foremost rival, the American Mutoscope & Biograph Company (later simply called "Biograph"), to dominate a market that also included Selig Polyscope, Lubin, and American Vitagraph.
The Gallery, which is conceptually similar to the Polyscope and Portholes systems of XeroxPARC, distributes to interested users reasonably current digitized still pictures of other users or their offices.