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They create a family that cannot hold together for obvious reasons, but their time together gives each of them something they would never have thought to look for in each other.
Scotchshield, the first window security film designed to hold together broken glass, was invented by 3M in the 1960s.
While synchronizing five separate actors for ten minutes across their video worlds is an elaborate and complex task, it makes one aware of the sheer immensity of effort needed to hold together the thick net of culture we each navigate daily.
Traditional therapies for heart attack known as fibrinolytics, such as tenecteplase, break up the fibrin strands that hold together the blood clot.
Oak wood has, in shipping crates and barrels, contained food, beverages, and the nails used to hold together crates, barrels, and buildings.
Does the rock hold together easily or crumble apart?
There's nothing you can if the craft doesn't hold together.
hold together more than 84% of the Telmex common stock with full voting rights.
On its own the bacterial slime didn't hold together wood sheets as well as a conventional petroleum-based resin adhesive does.