Recent Examples of resin from the Web
For example, seeds in some pinecones are sealed with a resin that melts in fires, releasing them and allowing new growth.
The bottom of a fresh tree is sticky with resin, and when tapped on the ground, the tree should not lose many needles. 2.
Nothing harmful was found, but a construction crew was lining a pipe under Casey Street with resin at the time.
And hats in black, with more black, black and white, or colored bakelite and resin accessories.
The ornaments are made out of resin and a plastic clay and can be personalized for the buyer.
The model incorporates polyurethane prototyping resin, stainless steel, and pewter metal to craft an engine and gearbox that the most technical aficionado will geek out over.
Based in Fairlawn, Ohio, A. Schulman makes plastic compounds and resins used in packaging, construction and electronics.
This fossilized tree resin was collected from mines in the Hukawng Valley of Myanmar.
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Origin and Etymology of resin
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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medical Definition of resin
- resin of jalap
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