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aerate

To introduce air into soil or water by natural or artificial means.
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When DLCO is referenced to absolute lung volume, it affords an opportunity to assess the health of the aerated tissues, helping to cone down on the cause for dyspnea or impaired gas exchange.
Aerated concrete industries company in Saudi Arabia witnessed a loss of KD0.
Pneumocele is an aerated sinus characterized by notable thinning of the sinus wall.
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A thin layer of aged compost or Nitrohumus over the top of an aerated lawn provides a nice finishing touch.
The sample is aerated and gently compacted to eliminate any variations in loading.
Metalcasting facilities that have altered their operations to accommodate these changes have produced molding sand that feels as if it has been aerated before it actually passes through the mechanical aeration.
Demineralized water is added, aerated, and circulated.
A key component of the waste-water plan is the use of biological aerated filters (BAF) to decrease the number of contaminants discharged from the plant into the Kaministiquia River, which feeds Lake Superior.
Biological destruction of the contaminants takes place in a biomass film that forms on the filter packing media and/or in an aerated sump that collects the cascading water.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply Of Aerated Water At Supply Depot Asc Trimulgherry
This elegant product is patented and designed to serve the perfect amount of aerated wine with the simple push of a button.