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holdup

[′hōl‚dəp]
(chemical engineering)
Volume of material held or contained in a process vessel or line.
Liquid held up (suspended) in a vertical process vessel or line by rising gas or vapor streams.
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The answer is yes: in Appendix B, we return to the broader holdup framework presented at the start of Section II and show that Observations 1 and 2(i) have counterparts in this more general setting.
Sampson's identity as the robber by comparing his photograph from state Registry of Motor Vehicles and Worcester Police Department computers to surveillance videos from the holdup.
Following these directions, the different police stations of Islamabad conducted general holdup in their respective areas and impounded seven vehicles and 72 motorcycles in police stations.
Police have announced general holdup and vehicles without documents have been taken into custody.
LAHORE -- Operations wing of Lahore police along with other law enforcement agencies checked 1,191 suspected vehicles and 3303 motorcycles during general holdup at important roads, aimed to maintain law and order in the city.
According to Figures 3 and 4, gas holdup can be represented as a function of ln([N.
The robbery charges stemmed from armed holdups at 3:25 a.
Thursday's holdup was the 28th bank robbery in Ventura County this year, he said.
Following these directions, police stations conducted general holdup and impounded a total of 35 vehicles and 211 motorbikes being driven without any authentic documents.
LANCASTER - Sheriff's deputies arrested two robbery suspects and were searching for a third after a Wednesday afternoon holdup of a feed store.
Tuesday's robbery was the second Lancaster bank holdup in less than two weeks.
VAN NUYS- A robbery suspect in a botched holdup at Costco is expected to be arraigned today while a preliminary investigation found that a 29- year-old shopper was most likely killed by the suspects' gunfire - not that of an armored car guard.