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Early in the morning I worked barefooted, dabbling like a plastic artist in the dewy and crumbling sand, but later in the day the sun blistered my feet.
The eyes of the father followed the plastic and ingenious movements of the son with open delight, and he never failed to smile in reply to the other's contagious but low laughter.
The whole organisation seems to have become plastic, and tends to depart in some small degree from that of the parental type.
The same fluency may be observed in every work of the plastic arts.
Plastics, whether rigid containers or pliable films, can present challenges during baling.
The American Plastics Council respectfully requests that EHP address the misinformation that appeared in these articles and which is available on the EHP website.
When certain plastics deteriorate, they release chemicals that may act as endocrine disruptors and interfere with normal hormone functioning in animals and humans.
Hoping to avoid drastic measures, Councilman Ed Reyes wants manufacturers of plastics and officials in grocery chains to partner with him on bag cleanups and recycling programs.
Also, Aoki says, demand for more-aggressive styling in Europe coupled with pedestrian safety legislation gives plastics the edge there, since it offers a greater range of design freedom and is more forgiving than steel during collision impacts.
If used with common sense, plastics and food can be a safe combination, experts say.
In fact, since today's plastics are lighter in weight than ever before, they take up even less space in landfills than they used to.
The shaping and re-shaping of plastics makes them seem as versatile as flour dough.

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