perm

  1. a city in the European part of Russia
  2. a series of waves in the hair made by applying heat and chemicals

Perm

A measure of water vapor movement through a material (grains per square foot per hour per inch of mercury difference in vapor pressure).
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Perm

Perm (p=pʲermʲ; Komi-Permyak: Перем, Perem; Перым, Perym) is a city and the administrative center of Perm Krai, Russia, located on the banks of the Kama River in the European part of Russia near the Ural Mountains. From 1940 to 1957 it was named Molotov (Мо́лотов ˈmolətəf). According to the 2010 Census, Perm`s population is....
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Perm

Molotov noun a city in the European part of Russia
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Perm

(city) Capital city, economic and cultural centre of Perm oblast (region), in the west-central Russian Federation, in the southern foothills of the Urals; population (2002) 1,001,700. Perm, which lies on the River Kama 475 km/295 mi northeast of Kazan, is a major centre of commerce...
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PERM

[computer] Programmierbare Elektronische Rechenmaschine München or PERM is a stored program controlled electronic computer Munich, built under the auspices of Hans Piloty and Robert Sauer 1952-1956. Some jokingly called it `Pilotys erstes RechenMonster` (Piloty`s first calculating monster.) The machine is now displayed in the informatics (...
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Perm

[hairstyle] A permanent wave, commonly called a perm or `permanent`, involves the use of chemicals to break and reform the bonds of the hair. The hair is washed and wrapped on a perm rod and waving lotion is applied with a base. This solution creates a chemical reaction that softens the inner structure of the hair by breaking some of the cr...
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Perm

[unit] A perm is a unit of permeance or `water vapor transmission` given a certain differential in partial pressures on either side of a material or membrane. ==Definitions== The base normal SI unit for permeance is the kilogram per second per square meter per pascal. ==German Institute for Standardization unit== A variant of the metric per...
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perm

a traditional unit of water vapor permeability, that is, the ability of a material to permit the passage of water vapor. If we want to keep things dry, we wrap them in something having low permeability. A material has a permeability of one perm if it allows transmission of one grain of water vapor per square foot of area per inch of mercury (inHg) ...
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Perm

A unit of water vapor transmission defined as 1 grain of water vapor per square foot per hour per inch of mercury pressure difference (1 inch of mercury = 0.49 psi).
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perm

abbreviation: permanent
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Perm

city and administrative centre of Perm oblast (province), western Russia. The city stands on both banks of the Kama River below its confluence with ...
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Perm

oblast (province), western Russia. It occupies an area on the western flank of the central Ural Mountains, extending from the crestline in the east ...
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Perm

The Perm creates curls by restructuring your hair molecules with a chemical or heat treatment, and is generally a long-lasting or permanent change to your hair.
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Perm

The rate of vapor transmission of one grain per square foot per inch of mercury vapor pressure difference.
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Perm

[n] - a city in the European part of Russia 2. [v] - give a permanent wave to
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