1) they're made out of gasoline (well, hydrocarbons) - thus less gas for you.
2) they are very stable - they don't degrade, so plastic junk will still be around long after everything else (except maybe ceramics).
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Points against is the points scored by the opponent team.
perhaps it could be to do with the size or thickness of the plastic.
Some do. Some plastics are resistant to some acids, and some acids are not affective against some plastics.
Points for the team, points against the team, points difference, tries for the team, tries against the team and bonus points
These are called amorphous solids. Glasses and plastics are examples.
Points against your license, no. But it does put points... and a pretty substantial number of them, at that... on your CSA report.
Points For, the cumulative number of points scored by a team for the season. PA, is Points Against, the cumulative number of points scored against a team for the season.
Q:what are different points that are raised against intelligence tasting?
Points Against (how many points their opponents have scored against them during the season), and Points For (how many points the team itself has scored during the season)
pf: points for (points scored by your team) PA: Points Against (points scored by the teams you were matched up against each week)
I believe it was Prairie View A&M in 1991, with 617 points scored against, or 56.09 points per game.
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Pf= points for (points scored) Pa= points against
Manyt transition metals have very high melting points as the interatomic bonds are very strong, and the metal atoms form regular lattices. In plastics, polymers containing giant molecules, the bonds between the molecules are weak so melting occurs at a lower temperature.
69 points against Cleveland in 1990
38 points (against LA lakers)
What plastics are there that we use?
that can use again are called dergadable plastics
Plastics can often be dissolved in suitable solvents. Not all plastics will dissolve.
These plastics are biodegradable plastics and their name is polycarbonide.
"PA" stands for total points against. Not to be confused with points for.
81 points against the Toronto Raptors. He scored more points then the whole Raptors squad.
Plastics are light due to the