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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.
The storm has closed about 51 percent of U.S. capacity for making polyethylene, the world’s most used plastic resin, according to Kevin McCarthy, an equity analyst at Vertical Research Partners.
Made of plastic resin, the new 8-foot-tall ground sloth skeleton with an outstretched set of claws dominates the center's floor space.
The sculpture is a giant birdcage made from copper, wood and resin that holds a human figure facing away from an open door.
The seed is surrounded by a soft outer shell and a hard inner shell and in between the two layers, there is a brown oily resin that harmful to the skin.
Furze's first attempts included a few false starts, but eventually resin came to the rescue.
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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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