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filler

Overview page. Subjects: Archaeology — Dentistry.

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An inert material added to resin composite to increase strength and abrasion resistance. Filler particles are usually composed of quartz or glasses containing barium or...

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filler app

Overview page. Subjects: Computing.

An application which acts as a bridge between a base version of a piece of software and a much more enhanced version which has not yet been released. Filler apps usually contain code that...

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filler app

Edited by Darrel Ince.

in A Dictionary of the Internet

P ublished online January 2009 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Computer Networking and Communications. 50 words.

An application which acts as a bridge between a base version of a piece of software and a much more enhanced version which has not yet been released. Filler apps usually contain code that...

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filler app

Edited by Darrel Ince.

in A Dictionary of the Internet

P ublished online September 2013 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Computer Networking and Communications. 50 words.

An application which acts as a bridge between a base version of a piece of software and a much more enhanced version which has not yet been released. Filler apps usually contain code that...

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filler

Edited by John Daintith.

in A Dictionary of Chemistry

January 2008; p ublished online January 2008 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Chemistry. 25 words.

A solid inert material added to a synthetic resin or rubber, either to change its physical properties or simply to

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filler

Edited by Richard Rennie and Jonathan Law.

in A Dictionary of Chemistry

January 2016; p ublished online January 2016 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Chemistry. 25 words.

A solid inert material added to a synthetic resin or rubber, either to change its physical properties or simply to dilute it for economy....

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filler

Christopher Gorse, David Johnston and Martin Pritchard.

in A Dictionary of Construction, Surveying and Civil Engineering

January 2012; p ublished online January 2013 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Engineering and Technology. 17 words.

A specific type of additive utilized to increase the bulk density/volume of an object or material.

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filler

Tony Atkins and Marcel Escudier.

in A Dictionary of Mechanical Engineering

January 2013; p ublished online September 2013 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Mechanical Engineering. 18 words.

Low-cost material such as wood flour, silica flour, or talc, used to bulk out some polymer-moulding compounds.

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filler

Marcel Escudier and Tony Atkins.

in A Dictionary of Mechanical Engineering

July 2019; p ublished online July 2019 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Mechanical Engineering; Engineering and Technology. 18 words.

Low-cost material such as wood flour, silica flour, or talc, used to bulk out some polymer-moulding compounds.

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surface filler

Christopher Gorse, David Johnston and Martin Pritchard.

in A Dictionary of Construction, Surveying and Civil Engineering

January 2012; p ublished online January 2013 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Engineering and Technology. 12 words.

A fine-grained filling material suitable for creating a smooth finish.

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Interesting Filler

in ITNOW

November 2008; p ublished online October 2008 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Computing. 0 words.

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Blatant Filler

in ITNOW

July 2008; p ublished online July 2008 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Computing. 0 words.

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filler rod

Tony Atkins and Marcel Escudier.

in A Dictionary of Mechanical Engineering

January 2013; p ublished online September 2013 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Mechanical Engineering. 4 words.

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filler rod

Marcel Escudier and Tony Atkins.

in A Dictionary of Mechanical Engineering

July 2019; p ublished online July 2019 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Mechanical Engineering; Engineering and Technology. 4 words.

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Characterisation and measurement of signals generated by DVB-H ‘GAP-filler’ repeaters

M. Baldini, A. Barellini, L. Bogi, G. Licitra, A. M. Silvi and A. Zari.

in Radiation Protection Dosimetry

December 2009; p ublished online October 2009 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Nuclear Chemistry, Photochemistry, and Radiation. 2434 words.

DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting Handheld) is the standard developed by DVB Project and approved by ETSI with the aim of providing the reception of DVB signals even in mobility but also...

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Infectious Complications of Bio-Alcamid Filler Used for HIV-Related Facial Lipoatrophy

Jeya T. Nadarajah, Micaela Collins, Janet Raboud, DeSheng Su, Kavya Rao, Mona R. Loutfy and Sharon Walmsley.

in Clinical Infectious Diseases

December 2012; p ublished online August 2012 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Infectious Diseases; Immunology; Public Health and Epidemiology; Microbiology. 4052 words.

Background.  Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)–related facial lipoatrophy is a devastating adverse effect of antiretroviral therapy. At this time,...

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Bacterial Infection as a Likely Cause of Adverse Reactions to Polyacrylamide Hydrogel Fillers in Cosmetic Surgery

Lise Christensen, Vibeke Breiting, Thomas Bjarnsholt, Steffen Eickhardt, Estrid Høgdall, Martin Janssen, Norbert Pallua and Sebastian A. J. Zaat.

in Clinical Infectious Diseases

May 2013; p ublished online February 2013 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Infectious Diseases; Immunology; Public Health and Epidemiology; Microbiology. 3840 words.

Background.  The etiology of long-lasting adverse reactions to gel fillers used in cosmetic surgery is not known. Bacterial infection and...

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filler beam floor

Christopher Gorse, David Johnston and Martin Pritchard.

in A Dictionary of Construction, Surveying and Civil Engineering

January 2012; p ublished online January 2013 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Engineering and Technology. 37 words.

An element that fits between the main component, which can also be made of a different material. For example, smaller

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Fibre width measurement and quantification of filler size distribution in paper-based materials by SEM and image analysis

Hamid Bennis, Rachid Benslimane, Silvia Vicini, Angelita Mairani and Elisabetta Princi.

in Microscopy

April 2010; p ublished online October 2009 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Biological Sciences. 4485 words.

In this paper the development of image processing and analysis routines for acquiring information about the paper structure from images obtained by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) is...

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Non-homologous DNA end joining in plant cells is associated with deletions and filler DNA insertions

Vera Gorbunova and Avraham A. Levy.

in Nucleic Acids Research

November 1997; p ublished online November 1997 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Chemistry; Biochemistry; Bioinformatics and Computational Biology; Genetics and Genomics; Molecular and Cell Biology. 4419 words.

Double strand DNA breaks in plants are primarily repaired via non-homologous end joining. However, little is known about the molecular events underlying this process. We have studied...

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Hyaluronan: More than just a wrinkle filler

Edward V Maytin.

in Glycobiology

June 2016; p ublished online March 2016 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Carbohydrates. 6253 words.

Dermatology is a field that strives not only to alleviate skin disease (therapeutics) but also to improve the perception of wellness (cosmetics). Thus, in this special issue of Glycobiologynull...

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