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It should be noted that the optical evaluation criteria of scratch resistance are not suitable in the numerical analysis.
Caption: Peter Arballo took the American Wheelchair Bowling Association Scratch Division national championship in July in Fort Worth, Texas.
This allows the clearcoat to recover 90 percent of scratch deformation, whereas conventional clearcoats only recover about 70 percent.
SF Lottery is also expected to greatly expand its reach by allowing customers to conveniently purchase its SF-Themed Instant Scratch Lottery through the vast network of channels of SF Holdings.
The purchase increases Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen's corporately-owned restaurants to 139 out of the 164 locations nationwide, adding locations in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina.
If your cat likes to scratch a certain chair or a particular area of the sofa, give it a once over from a feline perspective.
According to the company, in addition to custom scratch off card production, they also offer over 45 different sizes, shapes and colors of scratch off stickers.
Ooredoo offers a full family of Mobile Data Scratch Cards, including 250MB of data for only QR20, 1GB of data for only QR60, 3GB of data for QR80, and 6GB for QR100.
Just like Scrooge (but without the scary ghosts), Mr Scratch is given three chances for redemption in a series of scenes involving cowboys, pirates and elves.
In this research, nanosilica was added in the primer formulation to improve wood surface hardness, whereas the reasons for the addition of nanoclay in the topcoat formulation are the enhancement of barrier properties such as surface hardness and scratch resistance.
Learn to Program with Scratch provides a visual introduction to Scratch 2 and provides programmers with a starting point to Scratch's code that requires little prior programming experience.
Intumescent flame retardants are widely used in thermoplastic polyester elastomers; however, they are incompatible with polyesters, resulting in poor scratch resistance and scratch-whitening.