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Top three beers: IPA — Aroma of pine resin and tropical fruits, juicy citrus flavor with a solid bitter foundation.
The fiberglass and resin Weinstein wears a gold robe and holds a statuette suggestively over his crotch.
Here, inside the laboratory, technicians use digital imaging and printers that spray resins, instead of ink, to not just straighten people's teeth, but potentially save patients thousands of dollars — and the discomfort — of metal braces.
It is also used in resins, adhesives, grease-resistant paper coatings, pesticide sprays and mortars.
Live resin is a highly concentrated cannabis extract, one of the many forms of medical marijuana available to Pennsylvania patients.
Tatum makes her pieces by hand creating the molds, mixing the dyes and casting each resin heart.
With a deep, smoky, woody scent, agarwood resin from the aquilaria tree—which can take 100 years to fully develop—has become a wildly popular perfume note with roots in the Middle East and Southeast Asia.
Holed up within the resin is a first-year Geländewagen, a 1979 280GE.
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Origin and Etymology of resin
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
First Known Use of resin
RESIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of resin for English Language Learners
: a yellow or brown sticky substance that comes from some trees and that is used to make various products
: an artificial substance that is similar to natural resins and that is used to make plastics
RESIN Defined for Kids
Definition of resin for Students
medical Definition of resin
- resin of jalap
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