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emersion

(ee-mer -shŏn) The reappearence of a celestial body following its eclipse or occultation.

emersion

[ē′mer·zhən]
(astronomy)
The reappearance of a celestial body after an eclipse or occultation.
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In the present study it was therefore hypothesized that the impairment of the sodium-potassium transporter system due to stressful emersion would manifest in a leakage of intracellular potassium into the hemolymph, lowering the [Na]:[K] ratio.
The Pre-Encounter Stage has been revamped into three distinct states; the Emersion Stage remains relatively unchanged as a transitional process; the Immersion-Emersion stage expanded into two distinct (yet related) states; and the Internalization Stage has been revised into three distinct states, making a total of nine states/traits of Nigresence (Cross & Vandiver, 2001; Vandiver et al.
In the listener emersion procedure, children learned to respond to words (i.
Sand emersion, saltwater fogging and interchangeability tests were also part of the procedure.
Wing Commander ( retd) Sanjay Mittal YSM VM said emersion of the ELT in a water body prevents any transmission from being picked up by the satellite constellation.
Other everyday steps include turning lights off when not needed, "vigorously" recycling and composting, cutting out using plastic bags, only using her aga and oil boiler in summer, having the emersion heater on timer and only watering the garden from a water butt.
Remove from heat, add 2 tablespoons unsalted cold butter, and mix with an emersion or hand-held blender until foam begins to form.
In real life, if he chased you up the road it would probably be to tell you you'd left the emersion on, or ask if his footy kit was clean.
Payne has been in Ethics Practice since 1994 and currently directs a multifaceted program in healthcare ethics that includes the design and implementation of a variety of educational programs including an ethics fellowship program for pre and post doctoral students seeking a clinical emersion experience in clinical medical ethics; student interns from a variety of disciplines; and educational programs related to healthcare ethics for professional and non-professional audiences on a local and national level.
An infested tree can be identified by the round emersion holes, about three-eighths of an inch in diameter.
The Mohammed Bin Rashid Program for Leadership Development (MBRPLD), an innovative leadership program aimed at developing national leaders who are willing and able to promote the sustainable development of the UAE, has announced that it has concluded a meeting with top government executives from the State of Washington and the City of Tacoma as part of the emersion activities of its Young Leaders Program participants, who are in the final leg of their international educational tour in Seattle, USA.
The purpose of his trip was to continue spreading the gospel, as had his predecessor Pope John Paul II, who, along with his emersion in the Church as a boy, was raised in the theater in his native Poland and possessed inherent skill at motivating people of all persuasions to embrace the faith.