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Joseph Chebii, who was at Kibirech Primary school in Marakwet West, was falsely accused of impregnating a 15-year-old pupil.
In a fairly similar incident from November 2017, a West Virginia man received no jail time, was sentenced to five years on probation and 50 years of supervision, after he was convicted of impregnating an 11-year-old girl in 2011 who was forced to get an abortion.
Biocoat is an impregnating agent with high penetrative capacity that helps to maintain the optimum humidity level of the wood, slowing down the natural aging process and also preventing the risk of changes to the tonality.
Key statement: A two roll impregnator for impregnating fiber reinforcement for use in filament winding operatives contains two abutting rolls, at least one and preferably both having an elastomeric surface.
The method of manufacturing incombustible wood includes performing plural times of individual drying steps for drying wood (for example, board material B), decompression steps for decompressing the wood, decompression impregnation steps for impregnating the wood with an incombustibility treatment agent in a decompressed state, and compression impregnation steps for impregnating the wood with the incombustibility treatment agent in a compressed state, wherein two times of the individual decompression steps, individual decompression impregnation steps, and compression impregnation steps are performed, and three times of the drying steps are performed.
SMC impregnating machines, press loaders and unloaders, in-mold coating systems, and complete lines with cooling, automatic deflashing, drilling, milling and adhesive bonding.
Tego Wipe DE is a liquid concentrate for production of polyethylene glycol-free, low viscous, oil-in-water impregnating liquids for cosmetic wet wipes.
Impregnating conventional aramid fibers with shear-thickening fluid creates a more effective barrier, says armor developer Norman Wagner, a professor of chemical engineering at the University of Delaware's Center for Composite Materials.
Top-Eye, the Transposing, Impregnably Permeating, Permeably Impregnating Sailor Man
A proprietary lay-up head design applies 50-mm wide strips of fibers while concurrently impregnating them with resin to form a "tailored blank.