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  • 81Foam party — A foam party is a social event in which participants dance to music on a dance floor covered in several feet of suds or bubbles dispensed from a foam machine. For safety reasons, the foam is generated from non toxic, non staining, hypo allergenic …

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  • 82Foam weapon — A foam weapon, (also known as a boffer or latex weapon ), is a padded weapon used for simulated combat. Such weapons are typically used in live action role playing games. TerminologyIn the United States the term boffer is used for all foam… …

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  • 83Foam takeout container — A foam takeout container is a disposable container used internationally by restaurants. Such containers are most commonly used to serve takeout food and fast food, [http://www.flickr.com/photos/rooftop redhead/39759371/ photo] and are also… …

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  • 84Foam Lake No. 276, Saskatchewan — Infobox Settlement official name = Foam Lake No. 276, Saskatchewan other name = native name = nickname = settlement type = motto = imagesize = image caption = flag size = image seal size = image shield = shield size = city logo = citylogo size =… …

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  • 85Foam Hand — mit dem Logo der Cleveland Indians und dem Namen des Spielers Grady Sizemore Eine Foam Hand (deutsch Schaumstoff Hand), auch Foam Finger genannt, ist ein Aufsatz aus Schaumstoff oder ähnlichen Materialien in Form einer Hand mit erhobenem… …

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  • 86Foam balloon — A foam balloon is a special type of a gas filled balloon. Strictly speaking a foam balloon is not a balloon, as it has no envelope, but consists of an organic material up foamed with hydrogen or helium. Thus foam balloons cannot burst. However… …

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  • 87Foam path — A foam path is the aviation safety practice of spreading a layer of fire suppression foam on an airport runway prior to an emergency landing. Originally, it was thought this would prevent fires, but the practice is now discouraged.The U.S. FAA… …

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  • 88Foam hand — A foam hand, also known as a foam finger, is a sports paraphernalia item worn on the hand to show support for a particular team. The most common version resembles an oversized hand with an extended index finger. Usually the surface displays a… …

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  • 89Foam Walker — The Foam Walker, also known as a Roboboot, is a product manufactured by [http://www.aircast.com/ AirCast] which provides semi pneumatic support for the foot and ankle to prevent motion and aid healing of bone fractures and edema. It was designed… …

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  • 90Foam Lake Flyers — The Foam Lake Flyers is an amateur senior hockey team based in Foam Lake, Saskatchewan. They have been in existence since the 1940s. Many notable players and coaches have been a part of this team. Buzz Boll coached the team for a few years in the …

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  • 91foam carpet — A layer of foam put on the runway by firefighters to reduce the fire risk and cushion the impact of an aircraft making a wheels up landing. Also called a foam strip or a foam path …

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  • 92foam breaker — priešputis statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Medžiaga, neleidžianti susidaryti putoms arba jas suardanti. atitikmenys: angl. antifoam additive; antifoam agent; antifoaming agent; defoamer; foam breaker; foam killer; foam suppresor rus.… …

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  • 93foam killer — priešputis statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Medžiaga, neleidžianti susidaryti putoms arba jas suardanti. atitikmenys: angl. antifoam additive; antifoam agent; antifoaming agent; defoamer; foam breaker; foam killer; foam suppresor rus.… …

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  • 94foam suppresor — priešputis statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Medžiaga, neleidžianti susidaryti putoms arba jas suardanti. atitikmenys: angl. antifoam additive; antifoam agent; antifoaming agent; defoamer; foam breaker; foam killer; foam suppresor rus.… …

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  • 95foam plastic — putplastis statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Akytasis plastikas, kurio akutės uždaros. atitikmenys: angl. closed cell foam plastic; closed cell foamed plastic; foam plastic; foamed plastic; plastic foam rus. пенопласт …

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  • 96foam glass — a black opaque cellular glass material 1/15 the weight of glass that is made by firing crushed glass with powdered carbon and is used as a substitute for cork, balsa wood, or kapok in life preservers and as an insulating material * * * cellular… …

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  • 97foam rubber — a light, spongy rubber, used for mattresses, cushions, etc. [1940 45] * * * ▪ chemical compound also called  Sponge Rubber, or Latex Foam,         flexible, porous substance made from a natural or synthetic latex compounded with various… …

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  • 98Foam The Runway — A term indicating the last minute infusion of cash into a company about to go bankrupt. Airports foam runways prior to an imminent crash landing to help reduce friction and sparks. Just as foaming the runway is a last stand against a horrible… …

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  • 99foam path — A path of fire extinguisher foam laid on a runway by firefighters to assist an aircraft in an emergency landing by minimizing the risk of fire from metal scraping against the runway surface. Also called a foam carpet …

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  • 100foam former — putodaris statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Paviršinio aktyvumo medžiaga, kurios vandeninis tirpalas intensyviai maišant disperguoja įtrauktą orą ir susidaro pastovios putos. atitikmenys: angl. foam former; foam generator; foamer; foaming… …

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