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The Tile Style is a white-and-champagne version of the company's classic Bluetooth tracker, while the Sport is dark slate and graphite.
The shimmery graphite is called Text Me Later and the matte gray is Me Me Me.
Cheng’s work is a collection of graphite drawings and sculptures that explore the concept of three-dimensional space.
The company has been shifting the cell chemistry of its latest packs to using more silicon rather than graphite, Musk said at the time.
San Diego-area artists can submit 2-dimensional artwork in mediums such as oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastels, graphite and photography along with mixed media.
Young had removed his trunks a few miles from shore while negotiating a snarl of kelp, leaving him clad in only a coating of grease (for insulation) flecked with graphite (as shark repellent).
The 54th annual Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts, taking place Friday, June 23, through Sunday, June 25, will celebrate artists working in colored pencil and graphite, including several in a special exhibit.
The shield, containing carbon materials similar to graphite epoxy used in golf clubs, had to be designed for both heat tolerance and durability.
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Origin and Etymology of graphite
First Known Use: 1796See Words from the same year
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medical Definition of graphite
graphiticplay \gra-ˈfit-ik\ adjective
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