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Definition of Nonabrasive
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Literary usage of Nonabrasive
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1. HVAC and Chemical Resistance Handbook for the Engineer and Architect: A ...by Tom Arimes by Tom Arimes (1994)
"... or the like H Very free-flowing—angle of repose up to 30° 1 Free-flowing—angle of repose 30 to 45° 2 Sluggish—angle of repose 45° and up 3 nonabrasive 6 ..."
2. Pacific Northwest Agricultural Insect & Plant Disease Study Manual by Hugh W. Homan, Russell W. Clausen (1998)
"They require only a small amount of agitation to stay suspended, are nonabrasive to equipment, and are less apt to plug screens and nozzles. ..."
3. The Consumer's Handbook for Reducing Solid Waste (1993)
"Another alternative is to use nonabrasive toothpaste. Plant sprays Mothballs Flea and tick products Wipe leaves with mild soap and water, rinse. ..."