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gel

(dʒɛl)
in. to relax and let one’s hair down. I’ve got to go home and gel for a while. Things are too stressful just now.
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Present clinical dosimeters, such as ionization chambers, Thermoluminescent Detectors (TLD) and radiographic films measure one or two dimensional dose distribution while gel dosimeters measure three-dimensional dose distribution to meet the growing challenges of advanced radiotherapy techniques.
Rodriguez found a new niche in the mid-1990s in hair products aimed at Latinos, namely styling gel and shampoo enriched by sheep placenta (a common ingredient in Latino shampoos).
Performance gels can be easier to consume on the run.
In this viscous state, the gel can be applied to a localized spot on a painting's surface where the cleaning solvent can do its work.
Crosslinked gels are formed by overheating the resin.
Each treatment site 0 received approximately 2 ml of activated platelet gel and was then covered with OpSite dressing.
The Aloe Vera plant is a member of the lily family, and its thick gel contains 20 minerals, 18 amino acids and 12 vitamins.
Z3 employs proprietary registration algorithms for highly accurate automatic alignment of two gel images within a few seconds.
The gel can also be used immediately after exercise to help with the recovery.
Tsung Hau's reusable gel mask is rich in mineral oil moisturizing and repairing skin directly.
To ascertain the importance of the gel itself, the scientists exposed some mice to leishmania via either the bites of infected sand flies or laboratory injection of a solution containing the parasites but not the gel.
manufacturer of the patented Voelkner Turning System and JamesAir support surfaces, now also distributes the nonpowered GelCell Plus[TM] pressure-reducing mattress overlay that combines the pressure-reduction capabilities of gel with the comfort of foam.
An internal mold release has been designed specifically for low VOC (volatile organic compound) gel coats.
The latest Eagle Gel Counter from Lasor/Systronics Inc.
We studied a new approach to zinc therapy--an over-the-counter nasal gel formulation (Zicam)--to independently evaluate its efficacy as a treatment for the common cold.