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mod. strong; muscular. He has such buff legs! Does he have a job or does he just work out?
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Halo is a hazy area of the coating that usually forms around the edges of the unsanded buffed area.
Using a diamond saw, he sliced the ax parallel to the polished surface and then buffed the new surfaces with commercial polishing equipment using three abrasives: diamond, corundum, and quartz.
To apply hands are firstly sterilised and the nail plate lightly buffed and dehydrated before a tip is applied.
The formulation, Disc Guard 2, is a liquid compound of special emulsifiable resins that are buffed on and off a disc.
After the grinding operation the parts will go on to be buffed.
Feldman and his colleagues had assumed the ice was buffed in a scattered dusty frost mixed with moon soil.