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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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"Although a former child care center, we recognized that a well-located, quality property could lend itself to a variety of uses and would be a perfect location for Emersion Schools LLC," said Schilp in a statement.
The experiment was designed to examine whether tidal change, emersion, and daily rhythms had any effect on shell banding formation in Anadara granosa.
As a consequence, the areas that have been longer exposed during Middle Jurassic emersion can be identified.
Liverpool have not coped well with the emersion of their title hopes in the past.
Emersion has launched the Rosemount 975 flame detectors, a complete line of optical flame detectors designed to perform in the harshest environmental conditions and connect directly to alarm or automatic fire extinguishing systems.
If you have an emersion heater in your house the impressive piece kit will automatically switch on your water heater when generating free electricity.
Ice water emersion is generally preferred unless unavailable [8].
Twenty five Cyprus wineries were involved in the project and provided wine for emersion, including: KEO, Vassilikon, Zambartas, Tsaggarides, Kolios, Ezousa, Kamantarena and Shoufas.
Coroner for North East Wales and Central John Gittins said he did not feel this contributed to his death, but believed "cold water emersion" played a part.
Esos son los fenomenos que nacen por el proceso conocido bajo el nombre de emersion (algo que emerge).
84 EMERSION AND TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON GROWTH RATES AND BYSSAL THREAD PRODUCTION IN TWO SYMPATRIC MARINE MUSSEL SPECIES