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fill

(Pervade), verb diffuse, extend throughout, imbue, infuse, leave no void, occupy, penetrate, perfuse, saturate, spread throughout

fill

(Sell out), verb fill to capacity, fill to overrlowing, fill to the brim, fill up, jam in, overfill, pack in, stuff in, supply, swell with a crowd

fill

(Supply), verb appoint, choose, elect, furnish, lay in or by, name, outfit, provide, refill, renew, replenish, stock, store
Associated concepts: fill an order under the UniformCommercial Code
See also: fulfill, imbue, impact, load, penetrate, permeate, pervade, replenish, satisfy
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According to the company, NanOss Bioactive bone void filler is an advanced bone graft substitute composed of nano-structured hydroxyapatite granules and an open structured engineered collagen carrier.
Standard automotive plastic and sealant fillers all contain some percentage of magnesium, calcium, alumina, and silica elements.
As fillers can be used in manifold applications in various industrial sectors, the development of the market for fillers largely follows the macroeconomic development of a country.
That is, supposing that the filler reinforced polymer composite system is constructed by a number of small rectangle bodies with square cross section, and there is a particle in the center in the small rectangle body.
EMD Chemicals' performance materials division recently launched RonaFlair Boroneige functional fillers for cosmetic applications in the US.
None of the patients had been administered dermal filler by either of the authors.
Wood filler dries quickly, which is handy when you're in a hurry but makes getting it off your fingers a pain, so wash it off straight away or wear disposable gloves.
The range also includes a number of specialist products - Super Flexible Filler, which is designed for use around skirting boards and interior window and doorframes; Hairline Crack Filler, which you smooth on for invisible repairs on tiny cracks; Big Hole Filler for holes up to 5cm deep; and Quick Drying Filler for when you need a fast result.
If the filler hasn't hardened fully before you sand it, you won't get a good finish, so don't continue.
As for the fact that the "vampire filler" doesn't cause allergies, she said that's not possible; it's just that the allergy rate with conventional cosmetic fillers is under 1pc.
One common brand of epoxy wood filler is Abatron WoodEpox (abatron.