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Copal, a pine resin incense that dates back to the Aztecs, helps attract spirits.
The purple-resin bowling ball is from Mantiques Modern and the portrait of Diane von Furstenburg on a framed silk scarf is by Andy Warhol.
Fortunately, the Talmud also suggests some remedies, including rinsing with a mouthwash of oil and water, or the chewing of a mastic gum made from tree resin.
There's new tile that looks like wood, concrete, resin, fabric and even wallpaper.
The machines would make the frames of the parts using textile fabrics, which would then be solidified by coating them with resin or other material, Shima said.
The critter was encapsulated 98-million-years ago during the Cretaceous period in sticky tree resin.
The company noted that almost all of its resin suppliers with facilities in Texas and Louisiana shut down after that storm hit.
Bow makers, known as bowyers, layer the wood with fiberglass, resin and occasionally some carbon (similar to what’s done in ski construction).
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