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The 41 inches of natural latex expand to more than double their length, gradually increasing tension during a stretch.

People who have mild allergies to food, pets, environment or latex can still get the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.

The reactions may be a result of latex in the vaccine vial stopper or the Band-Aid stuck on people’s arms after the shot, he says, rather than to the vaccine itself.

These machines sprayed tiny particles of polystyrene latex, which is commonly used to simulate respiratory droplets.

I tip and turn the mold, manipulating the latex to cover the entire inside of the mold.

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Stacks of clean brown boxes surrounding him hold bleach, latex gloves, and masks—weapons against Ebola.

Since waist cinchers are made from latex, they also make you sweat…a lot.

Last year, Browne's mental asylum included pieces of latex, Joker-like make-up, and medical gloves.

Co-host Savannah Guthrie and news reader Natalie Morales donned latex gloves in celebration of the procedure.

Captain Horace Frank said officers are already accustomed to wearing latex gloves after an outbreak of MRSA a few years ago.

True latex vessels occur occasionally in Agaricus, though not filled with milk as in Lactarius.

This is called "latex" (or milk); it is always more or less poisonous, and generally contains some sort of resinous matter.

Thus when the plant is scratched or pierced, a drop of this milky latex comes out and at once hardens over the wound.

A very extraordinary exception to the general rule that latex is highly poisonous, is found in the famous Cow Tree of Venezuela.

I coated the wounds with grafting-wax, latex, cellophane, asphalt and paraffine.


On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to latex, such as: acrylic, color, cosmetic, dye, enamel, and makeup.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.