glucina


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glucina

(ɡluːˈsaɪnə)
n
(Chemistry) an oxide of glucinum
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The marine grade UV coating will make the surface of the bridge more resistant to the elements and make it more fade resistant, says Paul Glucina, the NZ Transport Agencys Acting Auckland Highway Manager.
Lasic D, Ivanisevic R, Uglesic B, Cvitanovic MZ, Glucina D, Hlevnjak I.
Here is a sample of Slater's tactics as he urges Herald gossip columnist Rachel Glucina, "You should dig out some girl stories about Owen Glenn, either who he was/has shagged or tried to get into the sack .
It has been shown that fruits like persimmon have high tannin content, and it affects the acceleration of secretion of intestinal juice and intestinal contraction (Yu, 1976; Kitagawa and Glucina, 1984).
O processo de destanizacao (remocao da adstringencia) consiste em induzir a polimerizacao (oxidacao) das moleculas de tanino, tornando-as insoluveis e, consequentemente, incapazes de reagir com as proteinas da saliva, causando a adstringencia (KITAGAWA; GLUCINA, 1984; EDAGI; KLUGE, 2009).
Karin Glucina, consumer understanding/innovation director at Lion Nathan, says they utilise the full market research spectrum -- qualitative, quantitative and tracking -- to gain an understanding of their consumers.
UBS, Christian Hess, James Simpson ERM, Andrew Bale LEK Consulting, Simon Glucina, Peter Debenham Deloitte & Touche, John Cox, David Quantrill KPMG, John Oldcorn Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP, Adam Signy DC Advisory Partners, Andrew Cunningham