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BANDITS is a examine of the social bandit or bandit-rebel - robbers and outlaws who're no longer seemed through public opinion as basic criminals, yet fairly as champions of social justice, as avengers or as primitive resistance combatants. even if Balkan haiduks, Indian dacoits or Brazilian congaceiros, their amazing exploits were celebrated and preserved in tale and fantasy. a few are just be aware of to their fellow countrymen; others like Rob Roy, Robin Hood and Jesse James are recognized during the global. First released in 1969, Bandits encouraged a brand new box of ancient learn: bandit background. This considerably prolonged and revised new version looks at a time whilst the disintegration of nation strength has reintroduced fertile stipulations for banditry once more to flourish in lots of components of the realm.

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Ingredients below are listed by the product names, common names or chemical names. Other ingredients are listed by generic, product, or chemical name and may be found in available electronic databases. S. Patents cover all of the following ink formulations. Ink Chemistry 31 Ballpoint Pen Inks Ballpoint Ink Example 1 This ballpoint ink formulation, 20 introduced August, 1999, uses benzyl alcohol as the primary solvent and variations on the formulation may include either dyes or pigments or a combination.

Water-soluble acrylic resin, synthetic resins, water-soluble maleic acid resin, water-soluble styrene resin, water-soluble styreneacrylic resin, water-soluble styrene-maleic acid resin, polyvinyl pyrrolidone, polyvinyl alcohol, and water-soluble urethane resin. ORGANIC SOLVENTS. Two or more of the following (1%-40% by weight) ethylene glycol, diethylene glycol, propylene glycol, glycerin, and like polyhydric alcohols; propylene glycol monomethyl ether and like glycolethers; propylene glycol monomethyl ether acetate and like glycol ether esters.

PIGMENTS. Victoria Blue, Alkali Blue, Phthalo Blue, Lithol Red, Red 2B, graphite, carbon black, and Diarylide Yellow (18% by weight). LUBRICANTS. Mixture of Oleic, Lauric, and Stearic Acids (1,2,2% by Ink Chemistry 39 weight, respectively). Fountain Pen Ink Fountain pen inks are not as abundant as ballpoint pen inks and other non-ballpoint pen inks but they are often used to sign important documents, and may require forensic analysis. 5% Disappearing Ink Disappearing ink, a common "gag" product, has been known to be used in crimes, such as the scam of writing a check, only to have the ink disappear later.

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