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2003, Martin E. Rogers, Timothy E. Long, ''Synthetic Methods in Step-growth Polymers'', Wiley-IEEE, page 257
- The resin-coated furnish is evenly spread inside the form and another metal plate is placed on top.
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(RQ:Macaulay History of England)
To supply (somebody) with something.
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