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impacted

1. (of a tooth) unable to erupt, esp because of being wedged against another tooth below the gum
2. (of a fracture) having the jagged broken ends wedged into each other
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Higher prevalence of impacted canine was noted in females, while left side predominance was found in both genders.
Key Words: Canine impaction, CBCT, Palatal impacted canine, Buccal impacted canine
The reasonableness of the numerical model was validated by the failure pattern of the impacted pier with comparison between the real vehicle-pier collision accident and numerical results.
Validating the numerical model has different aspects like confirming the material models, contact types between different parts, failure modes of the impacted member, and hourglass control of numerical result.
The section view of craters impacted by different rocks in the longitudinal plane is shown in Figure 5.
And of course, the ability to recharge the groundwater system is being impacted. If you get into a twenty- to thirty-percent drop in infiltration [into the aquifer], which means a loss of base flow, the impact on streams being fed by surface water gets magnified still further."
Student perceptions of the social relevance of course material were also impacted by participation in service-learning.
Propagation effects on AE signals from the impacted material through attachment mechanisms to likely sensor locations on the spar were also investigated.
This led to a higher local impacting stress where the hammer impacted the sample and distributed the impact over a smaller area.
For the conventional (un-toughened) composite, the specimens were impacted at a narrower range of impact energies from 24.5 to 52.4 Joules, at only five intervals.
Administrative and programmatic staff at the State office level will be impacted with 21 retirements, i.e., 1987-1990 (n=6); 1991-1994 (n=5); and 1995-1999 (n=10).
One aim of this program is to facilitate the development of trust needed for establishing effective partnerships among individuals who are adversely impacted by environmental and occupational hazards in a socioeconomically disadvantaged community, researchers in environmental/ occupational health, and health care providers.