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Auto Body Vocab 22

Insured The person(s) or corporation whose insurable interest is protected by the policy
Sinking in Term applied when one coat is partially absorbed by the previous one
Moldings Metal or plastic parts used to beautify a vehicle or to protect the panels from damage
Intake Filters Filters used where the air enters the spray booth to remove the dust in the air stream
Leveling out Flowing or settling to a smooth, uniform surface
Audit The examination of a person’s tax records by the Internal Revenue Service
Bankruptcy A state of legal insolvency when a person or company can no longer meet bill payments
Creditor Any person to whom one owes money or goods
Interaction The state of acting on each other; the way students interact in school
Propaganda The spreading of ideas, information or rumor to further a cause
Created by: Mrs. Talbot