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PUR. A corruption of the French word par, by or for. It is frequently used in old French law phrases; as, pur autre vie. It is also used in the composition of words, as purparty, purlieu, purview.

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Haji Pur police took the bodies into its custody and shifted THQ hospital Jaampur for autopsy.
Total glycolysis or aminoglycolysis of PUR waste can also be conducted in a continuous way in an extruder [10, 11].
07ugmL-1 in the order Qadir Pur Ran greater than 10-T greater than Multani wala greater than Mohammad Pur greater than Alam Pur greater than Kotla Mahran greater than Bosan greater than Nawab Pur.
While the open wheel pots were sufficient to process the previously used ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) adhesive, Velthouse says the company soon determined it would need a closed adhesive dispensing system in order to fully optimize the PUR application system.
We are pleased we have closed the deal and are excited that we can now move on to integrate the Ambi Pur business," said David Taylor, P&G group president, global home care.
A survey* recently conducted by Ambi Pur found that three quarters of Brits have been so inspired by their holiday they have changed the look of their home as a result.
Producing the hulls from PUR instead of conventional SMC has benefits for the manufacturer and for the end user.
But, it was not, yet, reported that fungi can utilize PUR as the sole source of carbon[12].
It is teamed with the MK 3,5/5UL-2KVV "micro-volume" mixing id head, designed for small component volumes (as low as 5 g/s) and a steady, uniform pour of the PUR mix.
You can experience three refreshing Odour Naturizer perfumes in the innovative Ambi Pur Total Fresh device, which not only helps clean inside your toilet but continually fragrances the whole room for a complete bathroom solution.
Cognis has added new products to its Versamid[R] PUR 1000, 1100, and 7000 series of polyurethane resins.