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- English Words: History and Structure
- English language – Etymology. 2. 3 Transmission, etymology, source identification.
- Industrial Catalytic Aspects of the Synthesis of Monomers for Nylon
- The etymology of the word “nylon” is rather contro- versial.
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- Etymology. In British English the name gar was originally used for a species of needlefish, Belone belone, found in. Gar.
- On the origin of impact glass in the Apollo 16 regolith
- by its novelty, as glass of impact origin is not a component of most terrestrial . samples 61221, 61241, and 68841 using nylon-mesh sieves and acetone.
- U.S. Army Field Mess Gear 1. Haversacks & Field Packs
- the same meaning (Online Etymology Dictionary). Prior to ..
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- Nylon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Etymology. In 1940, John W.
- snopes.com: Nylon
- May 31, 2011 Though that's neat pop etymology, it doesn't fit the facts.
- When was nylon invented and do the letters NY and LON stand for
- Nylon was invented by Wallace Carothers in 1935. There was a great demand for it as it was used for parachutes and tires.
- nylon - Online Etymology Dictionary
- The Online Etymology Dictionary. Search: Search Mode, Natural Language for "nylon stockings" is from 1940. Introduction and abbreviations · Who did this?
- nylon - word origin, history, and etymology
- nylon - etymology of nylon from Word-Origins.
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