synthetic resin

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But by the 1960s, rubber gave way to urethane skins and synthetic resin cores, according to multiple accounts of the golf ball's evolution. Josh Peter, USA TODAY, "These scientists may have solved MLB's 'juiced' baseball problem," 2 Aug. 2019 According to a Texas Commission on Environmental Quality document obtained by Tunnell, there are 46 companies in Texas with permits to manufacture plastics materials and synthetic resins; many are on the Texas coast. Julissa Treviño, WIRED, "Little Plastic 'Nurdles' Are Flooding Beaches and Waterways," 10 July 2019 Mercedes-Benz will display an original Geländewagen encased in 44.4 tons of synthetic resin at the Detroit auto show. Greg Fink, Car and Driver, "A Stunt That Resin-ates: Mercedes-Benz Encases an Original G-class in Synthetic Resin," 12 Jan. 2018

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1907, in the meaning defined above

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synthetic resin

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