Racial discrimination and redlining in cities

@article{Boccard1999RacialDA,
  title={Racial discrimination and redlining in cities},
  author={Nicolas Boccard and Y. Zenou},
  journal={Journal of the ACM},
  year={1999}
}
For the protection against erosion the surface of soil is sprayed with an aqueous plastics dispersion containing water insoluble polymeric substances of natural or synthetic origin and water-soluble phosphates whereby a coherent crust is formed. The addition of phosphates enables dispersions having a content of polymeric substance of 20 to 70 percent to be used. 

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