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wet-and-dry paper

Paper with a coating of silicon carbide, used as an abrasive; a type of sandpaper. Its common name derives from the fact that it can be used wet or dry, as suitable with the materials abraded and the surface finish required.


Abbreviation for quart.

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Lime, burnt lime, caustic lime. Made by burning calcium carbonate.

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In drawing and calligraphy, a pen made from a goose's feather.

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