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This topological understanding of Euler’s formula — in which the shapes were rubber-like and not rigid — was first presented in an article by Johann Listing in 1861.
TOPOLOGY 101: THE HOLE TRUTHDAVID S. RICHESONJANUARY 26, 2021QUANTA MAGAZINE
Different variations of Baffins and Sorels—think rubber bottom, synthetic top—boots are popular, good with moisture, and more lightweight, but generally not as effective in extreme cold as the bunny boots.
DRESS LIKE AN ALASKAN TO WEATHER THE WINTER COLDBY TYLER FREEL/OUTDOOR LIFEJANUARY 20, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
They have Clay and Harper, a rubber arm fit to swing between the majors and minors.
Once you pour your batter into the pan, smooth its top with a rubber spatula.
Lightly grease a rubber spatula with oil and use it to transfer the marshmallow mixture to the greased pan, spreading it evenly but quickly, as it will start to set.
Wearing rubber gloves will protect you from any hard chemicals and excess water, so keep them at hand and replace them if they tear—you want to keep those digits nice and dry at all times.
After the period of isolation, the researchers taught all the rats to get a food reward by pulling a rubber ball out of the way.
Even the self-sealing rubber stoppers on the vials could face a shortfall.
Porous fabrics provide better breathability, so stay away from rubber anywhere but on the soles of your running shoes.
The boiled wool keeps my feet comfortable with or without socks, while the rubber soles are thick enough for walking the dog or quick trips to the store.

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