saturation point


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saturation point

Chem the point at which no more solute can be dissolved in a solution or gaseous material absorbed in a vapour
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The post The Cyprus problem has long reached a saturation point, says Akinci appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
However, I am of the opinion that we have already reached saturation point.
But she did not reach a saturation point because of the enormous toil her job entailed, compelling her to work to the bone to the neglect of family.
Resident Dorothy Bottom, of Thomas Street, said 750 family homes had been built in a one-mile radius of the village centre during the past two to five years and it was beyond saturation point.
EASYJET chief executive Andy Harrison sees no saturation point for growth in budget air travel - or in capacity at Liverpool John Lennon airport.
In more than 100 years, we have traveled less than one-eighth of the way toward reaching the saturation point in our market.
In the igniting plasma, the changes in the shock-front velocity and dispersion are found to be a strong non-linear function of delay until a saturation point is reached.
But it warned that the surge of rental homes coming on to the market was forcing rents down, as landlords had to compete for tenants as the market reached saturation point.
Long-term, the perceived wisdom is that the city centre will reach saturation point and the only way to tackle this is to force people on to public transport by charging for cars to use the inner area.
Over the last year there has been a marked increase in the number of restaurants, coffee shops and I believe it has reached saturation point," she said.
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Pollution, road congestion, safety issues and global warming due to the saturation point our roads have reached, and what does our government do?