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It’s filled with an emery powder, which can sharpen needles.
Toner cartridges use a powder and precision technology to accurately and sharply print out text documents.
Plus, metal powders also can present a “breathing hazard,” Gunduz points out.
Next, glazes are mixed, requiring a number of powders, sands, and clays.
The new catalyst is a powder made of cheap ingredients, such as iron.
As the powder warmed, the researchers could measure how much of each gas escaped.
Before you start putting turmeric powder in everything, though, you should know that it has a low percentage of curcumin—only 3 percent—and your body isn’t very good at absorbing it.
For instance, the Trinidadian version uses ground Chief brand curry powder instead of individual spices.
If I’m leaving from the trailhead, I’m making my way to steep powder at a chill pace.
The untracked powder in Utah’s Little Cottonwood Canyon at Alta and Snowbird is no longer a secret, but Snowbasin near Ogden, Utah, has the same quality of snow and fewer crowds.

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