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1) Varnish is commonly used to protect the surface against external factors and to enhance the natural appearance.
Furthermore, it's not men wearing nail varnish that's outrageous, but the cruel way in which bi-polar gendered society mistreats transgendered people.
If you have wooden floors and do not want to cover them with carpet, you can use a polyurethane varnish to provide a hard-wearing surface.
The varnish was quite thin but still quite smooth to apply.
46] A three-year study concluded no difference between APF gel and varnish in caries reduction.
The next morning, they found tiny barefoot prints in the varnish, but the prints started in the middle of the floor and disappeared before reaching the end of the varnished area.
Klamen uses imagery that is fully complicit with immersion in coatings of caramel varnish.
Edged out of the chance to bid for gold by Australia's Anna Meares on Saturday, Varnish returned and made no mistake in the bronze-medal ride.
As well as being a beautifully rich colour, the varnish is designed to resist knocks, scratches and scuffs.
JESS VARNISH began to banish her Olympic blues by charging to World Cup gold at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome last night.
announces MI Varnish[TM] with RECALDENT[TM] (CPP-ACP), a 5% sodium fluoride varnish that brings bio-available calcium, phosphate and fluoride to the tooth surface, releasing high levels of fluoride.