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Pa·rá rubber

 (pä-rä′, păr′ə)
Rubber obtained from the rubber tree Hevea brasiliensis.

[After Pará, a state of northern Brazil.]

Pará rubber

(pəˈrɑː; ˈpɑːrə)
(Elements & Compounds) a South American rubber obtained from any of various euphorbiaceous trees of the genus Hevea, esp H. brasiliensis. See also rubber tree
[C19: from Pará]
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Noun1.Para rubber - a type of natural rubber obtained from tropical South American trees
caoutchouc, gum elastic, India rubber, natural rubber, rubber - an elastic material obtained from the latex sap of trees (especially trees of the genera Hevea and Ficus) that can be vulcanized and finished into a variety of products
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the Object of the Contract Is Divided into 29 Lots, as Follows: Lot 1 Medical Supplies Lot 2 Syringes Lot 3 Gloves Lot 4 First Aid Kits Lot 5 Pipettes Lot 6 Burettes Lot 7 Rubber Stoppers Lot 8 Hoses Lot 9 Para Rubber Lot 10 Eppendorf Tube Lot 11 Wash Bottle Lot 12 Tubes Lot 13 Bottles and Jars Lot 14 Balloons Lot 15 Cylinders Lot 16 Petri Dishes and Glass Clock Lot 17 Vessels Beaker and Elermayer Lot 18 Crystallize and Weighing Vials Lot 19 Capsules, Crucibles, Mortars Lot 20 Funnels Lot 21 Glass Rod Blades Lot 22 Cap Distillation Lot 23 Pipette Tips Lot 24 Vials Lot 25 Refrigerent Lot 26 Asbestos Site Lot 27 Various Laboratory Instruments Lot 28 Gas Burner Lot 29 Filter Paper
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