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rebound

[′rē‚bau̇nd]
(geology)
The isostatic readjustment upward of a landmass depressed by glacial loading.

rebound

Wet shotcrete which bounces off a surface against which it is projected.
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Jemal Vizcarra put up 11 points, six rebounds, four assists, and two steals for Paranaque, which fell to 3-9.
Bonbon Batiller led Letran with 22 points while Ular had himself a double-double of 19 points and 13 rebounds.
Andrei Romenez topped Letran-Manila with 14 points and three rebounds, CJ Saure got 13 points and 12 boards, and Shawn Umali scored 10 points and hauled down 16 rebounds in the win.
Embiid finished with game highs of 31 points and 19 rebounds with two blocked shots while Davis had 12 points, 16 rebounds, five steals and five blocked shots.Australian Ben Simmons had 22 points, eight rebounds and seven assists for the 76ers.
With a tally of 18 rebounds, the 29-year-old then required just 16 rebounds against the Grizzlies to accomplish the feat and he did just that even before the third quarter was done with as the Thunder emerged 137-123 winners.
The researchers determined how many people in this group had a viral load rebound, defined as at least one viral load above 200 copies or a treatment interruption of at least 1 month.
Mutual friends of the former couple cannot be introduced to the new rebound partners until custody rights have been finalised.
In a multivariate analysis, deep hemangiomas and mixed hemangiomas were significantly more likely (odds ratio, 3.3 and 2.4, respectively) to rebound than superficial hemangiomas, and rebounds were significantly more likely among girls than boys (OR, 1.7).
In my doctoral thesis (Santarius forthcoming), I identify two general challenges of all rebound research: the micro-macro discrepancy and the cause-effect relativity.
Assessment of concrete structures by rebound hammer is easy to be performed and does not require special preparations.
A great deal has been written on the rebound effect, but much of it seems to be either too narrowly focused--covering just the increased use of the good that has become more energy efficient--or makes claims much broader than the evidence can support--attributing most increases in societal energy consumption over time to the correlation of energy use and increased efficiency of its use.
Rebound HOD offer customers an inspirational shopping experience.