sealing

  1. the act of treating something to make it repel water
  2. make tight; secure against leakage
  3. decide irrevocably
  4. cover with varnish

sealing

(from the article `Antarctica`) Resources of the sea first attracted people to Antarctica and provided the only basis for commercial activity in this region for many years. ... ...from their meat than from their wool, and the breeding of wooled sheep suitable to the environment took time. The 1820s saw that process ... Harp seals hav...
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sealing

(from the article `Mormon`) ...from their concern to save the deceased population of the earth. Baptism for the dead, endowment (a rite of adult initiation in which blessings ... The church emphasizes the gifts of the Holy Spirit, which include prophecy, speaking in tongues, and miraculous healing. Sacraments are baptism, Holy ... [2...
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sealing

(from the article `packaging`) ...package production. When the product handled is food, packaging must be designed to retard spoilage and prevent physical damage and exposure to ...
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Sealing

(Seal the Ends) To apply product to the ends of the hair to keep them moisturized and limit breakage. The choice of method is to use a water-based moisturizer (conditioner or cream that has water as its first ingredient), and then seal with a butter or oil.
Found on http://thirstyroots.com/natural-hair-glossary.html#

Sealing

[Mormonism] Sealing is an ordinance (ritual) performed in Latter Day Saint temples by a person holding the sealing authority. The purpose of this ordinance is to seal familial relationships, making possible the existence of family relationships throughout eternity. LDS teachings place great importance on the specific authority required to p...
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Sealing

Applying a product or single ingredient, such as a natural oil, to the hair to help lock in moisture. May be applied along the entire hair strand or just to the ends, following cleansing and/or the application of a cream or conditioner containing water. Sealing is often achieved with the use of natural oils and butters or products formulated with t...
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Sealing

Making a veneer joint water-tight or leak-proof with an elastic adhesive compound; or application of a surface treatment to prevent staining, moisture penetration and reduce weathering.
Found on http://www.selectstone.com/architectural-resources/stone-glossary/

sealing

the ability of a component to resist the ingress of contaminants
Found on http://www.electropedia.org/iev/iev.nsf/display?openform&ievref=581-03-21

Sealing

The first step in the finishing process. A sealer is applied to the bare wood to act as a barrier to the ingress of moisture and dirt. It also serves as a grain filler and as a base for further finishing coats.
Found on http://www.turningtools.co.uk/glossary/glossary.html

Sealing

The process of filling the sawed joint with material to minimize intrusion into the joint of water and incompressible materials.
Found on https://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21122
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