The history of WD-40The story of WD-40 begins in 1953, when the fledgling Rocket Chemical Company—all three employees—set out to create a line of rust-prevention solvents and degreasers for the aerospace industry.
The process uses a series of liquid solvents to dissolve individual plastic components off a product.
This time, banks have been part of the solution—the public face of Paycheck Protection Program loans and other measures that have helped millions of Americans stay solvent.
The true bike nerds among us who won’t settle for less than microscopically clean chains use ultrasonic cleaners, which use heat, solvent, and vibration to clean metal parts.
First, the dry electrode could slash production costs by eliminating the time- and space-intensive drying stage required with solvent-based electrode application methods.
A marriage ends and one party pays the less financially solvent party some sort of means of support.
Republic wanted to terminate its obligations and put workers in a 401(k) (or at least a more solvent Teamster pension plan).
Rob Hach says "Without the tax credit, we're going to have to cut half of our employees to stay solvent."
But what Shteyngart describes is the sort of dysfunction that occasionally plagues even the best and most solvent carrier.
The existence of social security substantially undercuts the demographic increase needed to make the security system solvent.
At the same time, the change is also in the direction of an expansion of the solvent in the solution.
From Walden's work it appears that the dielectric constant finally determines the quantitative ionizing effect of a solvent.
It is thus evident, that the solvent action of ammonium hydroxide is not due to its basic functions.
The shop smelled of paint, solvent and plastic, like most any other.
"Miss Dormer's herself an English picture," their visitor pronounced in the tone of a man whose urbanity was a general solvent.
On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to solvent, such as: firm, fit, solid, stable, able to pay, and financially stable.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.