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  • 61Foam cells — are cells in an atheroma derived from both macrophages [cite web |url=http://library.med.utah.edu/WebPath/ATHHTML/ATH019.html |title=Atherosclerosis |format= |work= |accessdate=] and smooth muscle cells [MeshName|Foam+cells] which have… …

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  • 62Foam (culinary) — Foam has been used in many forms in the history of cooking: for example, whipped cream, meringue, and mousse are all foams. In these cases, the incorporation of air or another gas creates a lighter texture and/or different mouth feel. In recent… …

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  • 63Foam latex — is a form of latex which is used in masks and facial prosthetics to change a person s outward appearance. Foam latex is used in masks in many movies as well as in music. It has also seen heavy use in the field of stop motion animation being used… …

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  • 64Foam cake — Foam Cakes are cakes which very little (if any) fatty material such as butter, oil or shortening, and are leavened primarily by the air that is beaten into the egg whites that they contain. They are in contrast to butter cakes which contain… …

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  • 65foam at the mouth — {v. phr.}, {slang} To be very angry, like a mad dog. * /By the time Uncle Henry had the third flat tire he was really foaming at the mouth./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 66foam at the mouth — {v. phr.}, {slang} To be very angry, like a mad dog. * /By the time Uncle Henry had the third flat tire he was really foaming at the mouth./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 67Foam peanut — Foam peanuts, also known as packing peanuts, are a common loose fill packing material which is also used to prevent damage to fragile objects during shipping. They were introduced circa 1965 by Dow Chemical. They are roughly the size and shape of …

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  • 68Foam Soap — is a way of injecting air into a liquid soap formula where tiny cellular membranes encapsulate the air forming a foam. The logic behind this is that it reduces the time needed to lather regular soap and in general expedites a trip taken to the… …

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  • 69Foam fractionation — is a chemical process in which hydrophobic molecules are preferentially separated from a liquid solution using rising columns of foam …

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  • 70foam back — ● foam back nom masculin (anglais foam back) Procédé qui consiste à faire adhérer, sous l effet de la chaleur, une mince couche de mousse élastomère entre deux tissus, constituant ainsi une doublure isotherme …

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  • 71foam at the mouth — If you foam at the mouth, you are very, very angry …

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  • 72foam at the mouth — ► foam at the mouth informal be very angry. Main Entry: ↑foam …

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  • 73foam rubber — n. rubber that has been treated to form a firm, spongy foam, used in upholstered seats, mattresses, etc …

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  • 74foam plastics — foam plasticsor foamed plastics plural noun Cellular plastics, soft and flexible like sponges, or rigid, with excellent heat insulation properties • • • Main Entry: ↑foam …

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  • 75foam|bow — «FOHM BOH», noun. a bow, similar to a rainbow, formed by sunlight upon foam or spray …

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  • 76foam cell — n a swollen vacuolate reticuloendothelial cell filled with lipid inclusions and characteristic of some conditions of disturbed lipid metabolism * * * 1. a type of abnormal macrophage with a vacuolated appearance owing to the presence of complex… …

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  • 77foam rubber — noun uncount a soft light type of rubber containing many very small holes, used especially for making furniture more comfortable …

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  • 78foam rubber — foam′ rub′ber n. a light, spongy rubber, used for mattresses, etc …

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  • 79Foam, der — [Foàm] Bierschaum, Schaum …

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  • 80foam|flow|er — «FOHM FLOW uhr», noun. a North American spring blooming herb of the saxifrage family, having white flowers …

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