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occlude

(programming)
(Or "shadow") To make a variable inaccessible by declaring another with the same name within the scope of the first.
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State-of-the-art surface techniques and in vitro studies demonstrate that a new Pro-Argin desensitizing dentifrice with a whitening benefit containing 8.0% arginine, a high cleaning calcium carbonate system and sodium monofluorophosphate effectively occlude dentin tubules.
The hypothesis tested was that EB@Ti[O.sub.2] will effectively occlude open dentine tubules and the occlusion show more acidic resistant.
For the scenario of sunglass occlusion, this occludes roughly 25 percent of the whole face image.
Then, the assistant instructs the patient to occlude into the mass to set the occlusion.
The preparation is obtained by a process which comprises melting a mixture of (a) and (b); incorporating (c) into the melted mixture of (a) and (b) using a mixer; and cooling the mixture to occlude (c) within the mixture.
Selective micro-catheterisation of the left vertebral artery to occlude the distal aspect of the right vertebral artery was attempted but not successful.
It is important to address the cause of an arterial stenosis/occlusion before endovascular stenting because otherwise the stent will occlude. It highlights what a challenge planning surgery to remove the first rib is in someone who has previously had clavicular surgery because of the amount of scar tissue present.
Coil Embolization is a procedure used to occlude the cerebral aneurysm, preventing its rupture.
The use of the thigh or arm cuff was not needed to occlude venous blood flow when the tourniquet was applied.
--wisps to occlude whatever arrow-line I'd draw next.
For the necessary depth perception, viewers wear special shutter glasses that rapidly occlude alternate eyes so that, as in real life, each eye sees a slightly different image.