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A form of decay in which wood becomes soft and weak and has a dull lifeless appearance.
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The officers have further been asked to visit different hotels and rest areas at national highway to brief and educate the drivers, staying there about the phenomenon of dozing at wheel.
While the opposition leader with tears in eyes and soaring throat asked the district nazim to play his due role for protection precious lives of the locals who were facing worst at the hands of ill experienced health staff and to make sure appointment of anesthesia specialist at DHQ hospital Daggar and make bound rest of the private hospital to appoint specialists for anesthesia otherwise shut their shops to minimize chances anesthesia over dozing death tools.
The new Remote Operator Station for Dozing, part of Cat MineStar Command for dozing, provides a safe, comfortable environment removed from the active dozing area.
Beginning in late 2011, Cat and Arch Coal's Black Thunder mine partnered in the development and operation of Cat MineStar Command for dozing at the site near Wright, Wyoming.
You may want to be a little on your guard the next time you find yourself seated next to David Souter and find yourself dozing off, for whatever reason.
3] SIGMADOZER blade that is claimed to dramatically improve dozing performance and increase productivity up to 15% over a conventional Semi-U blade.
An Israeli journalist responds to the NY Times posting of a picture of the mother of the killer of a young IDF soldier instead of a picture of the victim, a teenager stabbed while dozing on a public bus.
A passer-by caught the duo on camera dozing in their cab in Aston at 9.
Even as Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar was explaining the various aspects of lawmaking and responsibilities associated with the executive, many of the deputies were seen dozing off.
NEW ORLEANS -- People who experience routine episodes of dozing during the daytime may have a higher risk of stroke and other vascular events, according to a prospective, community-based cohort study of more than 2,000 people.
Compared with those who didn't doze, the risk of having a vascular event was 40% higher for those who reported some dozing and was more than two times higher for those who reported significant dozing.
It's down to them to stop each other dozing off - so prepare for fireworks.