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shedding

[′shed·iŋ]
(textiles)
A process performed by the heddle frame and heddles of a loom to raise and lower certain groups of alternate warp yarns so that the filling yarns alternate in passing under one group of warp yarns and over another.
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Documents revealed that zero load shedding being only carried out in the areas of MNAs of ruling party.
The CEO said that before 4 December, the duration of load shedding on said feeders was doubled.
It would be difficult for the people to observe fasting in high temperature with unscheduled load shedding of many hours.
In otherwise healthy adults with influenza infection, viral shedding 24-48 h before illness onset has been detected but generally at much lower titers than during the symptomatic period (for more details see Appendix, available online from http://www.
shortfall, adding power break downs or tripping due to technical faults may not be considered as load shedding.
Pesco has scheduled load shedding programme keeping illegal use of electricity and payment of electricity bills.
This, in turn, prevents the current from shedding a warm-core eddy, says Zavala-Hidalgo.
The public health importance of this symptomatic shedding in transmission among preschool children is well established (3); however, that of symptom-free shedding in adults is unknown.
Their distribution in cervical tissue may interfere with the normal cell maturation and shedding process in women with cervical cancers and cause false negative test results.
The load shedding has been reduced to eight hour on these feeders, it said.
ISLAMABAD, November 19, 2011 (Frontier Star): Islamabad High Court (IHC) while staying CNG load shedding has ordered for immediate ending of this load shedding in Islamabad.