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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 2 Asbestos 15545201911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 2 — Asbestos ASBESTOS, a fibrous mineral from Gr. ἄσβεστος
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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Asbestos 40398The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Asbestos Asbes'tos, an incombustible mineral of
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  • Collier's New Encyclopedia Asbestos 225212Collier's New Encyclopedia — Asbestos ASBESTOS, a variety of hornblende, Asbestos is exceedingly infusible
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  • Cellulosic Internal Capsule Sampler 7400 … Asbestos and Other Fibers by PCM 7401 … Alkaline Dusts 7402 … Asbestos by TEM 7404 … Cellulose Insulation 7500
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  • amiantus (Gr. ἀμίαντος, undefiled), a name applied to the finer kinds of asbestos (q.v.), in consequence, it is said, of the mineral being unaffected by
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  • Occupational Safety and Health Asbestos (Bulk) by PLM (9002) 2003113NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods — Asbestos (Bulk) by PLM (9002)National Institute
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  • Arthropoda Arthur Arthur, Chester Alan Arthur, Julia Artichoke Article Asbestos Astor, John Jacob (merchant) Astor, John Jacob (capitalist) Astor, Lady
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  • smaller than in the English towns."   The Uses of Asbestos.—The mineral formation called asbestos—which term denotes rather a peculiar form assumed by
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  • initials " F. W. R.* " Agate Alabaster Alexandrite Amber (resin) Amethyst Asbestos Atacamite Aventurine Beryl Carbonado Chalcedony Demantoid Earthquake (in
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  • it is an iron sodium silicate. Its resemblance to asbestos has gained for it the name Cape Asbestos, the chief occurrence being in Cape Colony. The mineral
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  • for Occupational Safety and Health Asbestos by TEM (7402) 2003062NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods — Asbestos by TEM (7402)National Institute for
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  • law § 2650 Asbestos contractors and local educational agencies § 2651 Public protection § 2652 Asbestos Ombudsman § 2653 EPA study of asbestos-containing
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  • Asbestos
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  • Occupational Safety and Health Asbestos, Chrysotile by XRD (9000) 2003111NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods — Asbestos, Chrysotile by XRD (9000)National
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  • Z—Toxic and Hazardous Substances § 1910.1000 Air contaminants § 1910.1001 Asbestos § 1910.1002 Coal tar pitch volatiles; interpretation of term § 1910.1003
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  • Asbestos
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  • west-northwest of Berlin (Map: Prussia, E 2). It manufactures optical instruments, furniture, asbestos, and stoves. Population, in 1890, 16,353; in 1900, 21,043.
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  • Occupational Safety and Health Asbestos and Other Fibers by PCM (7400) 2003060NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods — Asbestos and Other Fibers by PCM (7400)National
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  • which did not fear its burning, but on the contrary proved it weak—as the asbestos among the Indians is said to do—then one who did not believe the story
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  • of 3000 to 4000 ft. above the sea, low ranges of rocky hills, the Kaap, Asbestos, Vansittart and Langeberg mountains, traversing its western portion in
    353 bytes (1,969 words) - 17:02, 25 December 2012

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