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The fill is a thick layer of memory foam surrounded on both sides by two layers of cooling gel encased in a quilted, washable cover.
That mRNA is encased in a shell made of lipids, or fats, for delivery.
The Pfizer vaccine, like one from Moderna, uses lipid nanoparticles to encase the RNA.
These water molecules could be encased in glass forged by micrometeorite impacts, or wedged between soil grains that shield the water from blistering solar radiation.
These lie alongside each other to form the fascicle, or syntrophium, encased in the thickened outside cover, the labium.
It includes a removable hypoallergenic bamboo viscose cover that encases pure memory foam.
They were perfectly flat and had only uppers enough to encase two or three toes.
His breeches also appear to be of buff leather, and large boots, with wide tops, encase his feet and legs.
Roseleaf had difficulty in maintaining the silence with which he had determined to encase himself.
A BLACK ADONISLINN BOYD PORTER
Encase the mouth in a muzzle and a dog is as helpless for offensive warfare as is a newborn baby.
LAD: A DOGALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION