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Talc is also derived from the recrystallization of magnesian carbonates.

The obvious place to look was the talc shelf or smoke-guard of the lamp.

Talc is the most frequently used article of this description.

And as for this waxy stuff spread over the talc, it's unique.

As for the talc mask and the black moustache, that is not much to help us, it is true.

Agalite and talc, which are silicates of magnesia, are also used.

Talc and marble, for ocean curiosities, flower seeds, or for other minerals.

This pigment comes in two forms: as asbestine and as talcose (talc, etc.).

Other filling material as silicate of soda, borax, talc or silex are used.

Day was breaking, and the sheets of talc in the walls were filled with a vinous colour.

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powder

nounfine, loose grains made by crushing a solid
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