restrainer


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restrainer

[ri′strān·ər]
(graphic arts)
The ingredient of a developer which prevents too rapid development and chemical fog.
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Tangible local grievances (g) and leadership choices can be powerful drivers and restrainers of Sunni participation in insurgency.
0] are the angles corresponding the ship's lurch with pallet restrainer, restrainer inclination and phase shift of the ship's pitching; l is the length of the pallet restrainer boom over the ship's board.
Group B was given immobilization stress by keeping them in wire mesh restrainers locally fabricated consisting of 10 compartments.
Each mouse was held in a suitable restrainer with whole tail extending out.
The reptile had a blanket on its head and had its mouth held shut with a restrainer but it still managed to more or less headbutt the vet, knocking him over and splitting his lip in a burst of scarlet blood.
Briefly, the mice were placed in a temperature-controlled restrainer with heating pad for at least 15 min.
In this method the animal was placed in a restrainer, then the animal was placed on Tail Flick instrument, a light beam of 50[degrees]is focused on a point at a distance of 5-7 cm from the animal's tail and the latency time when the animal flicks its tail was recorded.
The rat was kept for 15 mins inside a loose fitting perpex restrainer with tail outside, for acclimatization before starting the experiment.
Briefly, the animal was placed in the NIBP restrainer and an appropriate cuff with sensor was then mounted on its tail and warmed to about 33- 35degC.
Stoploss Restrainer Hooks are offered in a 4/0 size weighing 1/8 ounce, and a 2/0 size weighing 3/32 ounce.
They actually carried it out of the restrainer sometimes but did not eat it.
To induce stress, animals were immobilized in a plastic rodent restrainer, adjustable to animal size so that animal's movement was completely restricted.