Trusion


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Tru´sion


n.1.The act of pushing or thrusting.
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Taxation presents the most controversial proposals in addressing obesity and the method that evokes the greatest outcry from the food and/or beverage industry about government in trusion.
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The extrusion process requires attention to detail and a full understanding of melt rhelogy and material attributes to improve products," Daniel Cykana, principle consultant for Ex trusion Solutions LLC in Sheboygan Falls, Wis.