Puntil

Pun´til


n.1.(Glass Making) See Pontee.
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Este ultimo ya modelado se separaba de la cana para fijarse al "puntil" (cana maciza), una vez adherida se colocaban aplicaciones adicionales de materia vitrea para confeccionar asas y diferentes realces con el fin de decorar la pieza.
Las bases planas de vasijas y recipientes se generaban con el uso de placas de marmol o metal denominadas "mabre" o "plancha", al asentar la vejiga de vidrio; de requerirse algun detalle de dimension en una porcion del objeto, el artifice se auxiliaba del "bufador" (figura 6), (53) herramienta con la que se insuflaba aire en una porcion de la pieza fija al "puntil", generalmente eran recipientes de forma particular solicitados por boticarios y medicos.
Holothuria leucospilota or locally known as Patola or bat puntil is currently considered as the most abundant sea cucumber species in Malaysia [1].
Much was written on the link between supportiveness and mentorship (e.g., Gibson, 2005; Puntil, 2005).
Puntil, CPM |R~, president and CEO of Axiom Real Estate Management in Pittsburgh.
"Even profitable companies are downsizing," concurs Puntil.
Puntil recalls that a decade ago, you could almost count on the Fortune 100 companies to take more space every year.
Puntil, formerly president, national property management services, Grubb & Ellis, who was named earlier as president and chief operating officer of Axiom.
Puntil said that in addition to providing facilities management services to IBM locations throughout the United States, Axiom will provide property management and construction management services to approximately 400 locations across the country previously serviced by Grubb & Ellis.
Ron Puntil of Axiom Real Estate Management, Inc., remarks that his company is typically able to manage a building less expensively than the corporation was previously doing.