hermetic


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hermetic

, hermetical
sealed so as to be airtight
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In dry areas and seasons, seeds of staple crops can be dried in the field and packaged in hermetic bags to prevent moisture absorption during high humidity periods, particularly in the monsoon season.
When they need to function in extreme operating environments or deliver superior and stable optical performance, hermetic packaging and sealing comes into play.
19 March 2019 - US-based middle-market investment bank BlackArch Partners advised on the sale of US-based packaging manufacturer Hermetic Solutions Group, LLC, a former portfolio company of ShoreView Industries, to Windjammer Capital Investors, the firm said.
2) The Principle of Correspondence is probably the most famous Hermetic principle, which says: 'As above, so below.' There is always a correspondence between the laws of the various planes of existence, a harmony which can be achieved among the different planes (i.e.
Hermetic packaging refers to the sealing of electrical contacts with glass or ceramics.
5 million hermetic bags had been sold in Kenya by end of 2017 following a nationwide campaign by agriculture ministry to popularise the bags among small scale farmers.
Hermetic entered English in the early 17th century in reference to Hermes Trismegistus, as his name was Latinized, and it was soon used to describe things that were beyond ordinary comprehension.
The hermetic storage of grains in sealed bags has been an effective method to control moisture and insects in grains, which restricts gas exchanges between the internal and external environments and the mass of grain, maintaining the initial levels of moisture and controlling pests by the lack of oxygen (Quezada et al., 2006).
The Initiatory Path in Fairy Tales: The Alchemical Secrets of Mother Goose joins literary analysis with spiritual concerns in exploring the stories gathered by the Brothers Grimm, Perrault and others, showing how hermetic ideas of alchemy and magic are embedded in fairy tale classics.
The welded metal bellows is integrated into the device to act as the hermetic seal as well as the actuation force generator--it is essentially a hermetic spring.
The Hermetic Deleuze: Philosophy and Spiritual Ordeal.
Moreschini, Claudio, Hermes Christianus: The Intermingling of Hermetic Piety and Christian Thought (Cursor Mundi, 8), Turnhout, Brepols, 2012; hardback; pp.