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base exchange

[′bās iks′chānj]
(geochemistry)
Replacement of certain ions by others in clay.

cation-exchange softening

The softening of water by the removal of dissolved ionic contaminants in hard water (such as scale-forming magnesium and calcium ions) and their replacement with sodium ions, which are more soluble.
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In addition to launching a social media platform, Post Exchange has recently launched online ordering in conjunction with a loyalty program for corporate clients.
Although leaders are concerned about the additional strain these families are placing on Army resources in Korea, especially in terms of medical support, they say they would never deny any Army family access to assistance, to morale, welfare and recreation programs, or to the post exchange or commissary.
4) As the court stated, "A NAFI may be a covered contracting entity under the Contract Disputes Act if it is closely affiliated with a post exchange and meets a three part test.
The airplanes will be on display, the museum will be open, and there will be a post exchange (PX), a small store modeled after one in World War II, Drosendahl said.
The on-site inspection will be held on March 15, 2016 at 10:00 AM EST, at the Camp Blanding Post Exchange, Bldg.
Subsequently, Fitch expects to upgrade Unisys' IDR to at least 'CCC', considering the new debt structure post exchange.
Expressions of interest for Duty/Tax-Free Post Exchange (PX) Facility.
The next day the Soldiers took the group to the post exchange.
The talk in the tent was about when the post exchange would open, and whether the laundry service was operating on Thanksgiving.
USAG Humphreys will build a new commissary and post exchange shopping complex, and a food, beverage and entertainment center.
In the summer of 1942, she went to work in the Post Exchange at Chanute Field in Rantoul, Ill.
Lifeline's Board of Directors has approved a One for Sixteen Hundred (1/1,600) reverse split, of post exchange common shares, expected to become effective before July 15, 2007.