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The process of making a fuel-air mixture richer by increasing the ratio of fuel in the mixture.
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Tox21 Enricher: Web-based chemical/biological functional annotation analysis tool based on
The Vocabulary Enricher role focuses on the reading comprehension strategy of attending to vocabulary.
The Enricher -- this optional rider allows the policyholder to pay additional premiums, if desired, which are used to purchase paid up insurance.
"To ensure that no single enricher is unfairly burdened with the responsibility of providing backup supply, the other (remaining) enrichers would then supply the contracted enrichment in equal shares under terms agreed between the IAEA and the enrichers," according to the proposal.
* The Enricher, which allows the policyholder to pay additional premiums, if desired, to purchase single-premium paid-up permanent life insurance, enhancing cash value and death benefit growth.
Ephrem, who uses the language to understand Christ as not only voiding our bond of indebtedness, but who himself becomes a debtor to us: "He Who is Lord of all, gives us all, / And He Who is Enricher of all, borrows from all.
Nous enricher de leur qualites, puisqu'ils en ont" ("Pour les juifs" 429).
By roles, I do not refer to the spontaneous roles that members of a discussion group often take on organically (e.g., leader), but the teacher-assigned roles and jobs, as suggested by Daniels (1994, 2002) for scaffolding small-group, text-based discussions (such as the discussion director [the connector who connects text to people's lives]; the vocabulary enricher; the travel tracer [who keeps track of setting and plot]; etc.).
At issue was the application of the anti-dumping provision to imports of low enriched uranium, a highly processed derivative of natural uranium used as nuclear fuel, in situations where domestic utilities contracted to obtain low enriched uranium for cash plus unenriched uranium delivered to a foreign enricher. Although the parties' contracts called these transactions sales of uranium enrichment services, the U.S.
For Mitsubishi Concept PX-MiEV the cocochi-interior brings a number of new features including: seat upholstery that deactivates allergens, breaks down VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and offensive odor molecules as well as killing bacteria; glass that shuts out UV-A radiation to protect skin from darkening and aging; and a negative-ion aroma humidifier and oxygen enricher that improve comfort and reduce fatigue.
The resulting compost would be bagged and sold as value-added soil enricher.
Ceux donc qui d'un esprit sincere et d'une conviction reflechie ont voulu sauvegarder et enricher de leur apport personnel le meilleur de notre patrimoine, ont droit a l'hommage de notre reconnaissance.