What profession is a fuller?
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission defines a profession as: . 'A disciplined group of individuals who adhere to high ethical standards and uphold themselves …to, and are accepted by, the public as possessing special knowledge and skills in a widely recognised, organised body of learning derived from education and training at a high level, and who are prepared to exercise this knowledge and these skills in the interest of others.. Inherent in this definition is the concept that the responsibility for the welfare, health and safety of the community shall take precedence over other considerations.'. Another consideration is that there needs to exist one or more organizations that provide certification credentials that can be audited by outside people. Lawyers and medical professionals have pretty strict licensing requirements. More and more 'professions' are coming into being. Such professions as 'Project Management' and 'Contract Management' have been created. .
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IN 1985 graphite was heated by chemist to a very high temperature and new allotrope's carbon was made.THE molecules of these are spherical and 60 carbon atoms are joined toget…her in it. this name was fullerence
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A fuller was the person who cleaned and thickened freshly woven cloth, especially wool, back in the olden days, in order to remove impurities (grease, dirt, etc.) and make the… cloth ready to use. To "full" the cloth meant to clean and thicken it.. The word "fuller" comes from an old Anglo-Saxon word meaning "white.". Fullers have existed since the days of the Roman Empire at least, and probably earlier. Methods of fulling have varied with place and time. There is a lot of traditional vocabulary and tradition associated with the profession.. To "full" a sweater yourself, wash it in hot water in your washer. The wool will thicken up and become cleaner. Once something is thickened by fulling, it cannot be unthickened.
There are two meanings of the word "fuller" applicable to medievaltimes: . A fuller cleaned wool to prepare it to being made into cloth.The fuller first pounded the cloth wi…th sticks or walked on itwhile wet to cleanse it and whiten the fibers. The walking on thecloth gave fullers their other name of "Walker" The job was notpleasant as the ammonia used in the process came from the urinepresent in the fluid. Additional materials in the wash includedFullers earth (ammonium silicate). The fulling process alsothickened the cloth by felting the fibers (tangling them up) andmade the material somewhat waterproof. The foul smelling washingliquid was removed before the cloth was stretched and dried. . Alternately the fuller was a groove in a horseshoe or sword.This allowed the weapon to be lighter (use less steel) withoutdecreasing its strength.
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That is the correct spelling of the adjective "fuller" (more full or complete).
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There are several historical individuals named John Fuller. John W. Fuller (1827-1891) was a British-born general in the Unionarmy during the Civil War. John L. Fuller (1910…-1992) was a US biologist and pioneer ingenetic research. John Fuller (1850-1923), father of New Zealand vaudevillian Sir BenFuller, was a London-born singer and theatrical manager. Sir John Michael Fuller (1864-1915) was an Australian politicianwho served as governor of Victoria. * John Fuller was the real name of Australian bushranger "Mad Dog"Dan Morgan (1830-1865).