reticulation


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reticulation

[rə′tik·yə′lā·shən]
(graphic arts)
The contraction or wrinkling of a film emulsion because of sudden changes of temperature during processing.
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reticulation) stood at only 68% in the Eastern Cape, while Gauteng (98%), Northern Cape (94%) and Mpumalanga (90%) were the only three provinces above 90%.
Henderson and team are developing a fluorescence sensor that can be held under running water to detect whether drinking water in a dual reticulation system has been compromised.
(without modification) Siphunculi very robust (approximately 2 times larger than hind tibiae and 0.58-0.80 mm long), subcylindrical (somewhat inflated at beginning of reticulation), slightly curved outside, without flange, approximately basal 1/4 as pale as coxae and rest brown to dark-brown (as dark as tibiae or antennae), nearly smooth on pale proximal portion, progressively wrinkly to scaly on dark middle portion, and reticulation extends on 21-41% of its length.
A project for the southern parts of Boteti West, Mr Tsogwane said, would cater for setting up of a treatment plant and reticulation network.
He recalled that the reticulation of the water from Owena Dam to some communities within the district was awarded by late Governor Olusegun Agagu in 2008 at the sum of N13billion saying the state government paid N5billion to the contractor.
Part of the proceeds will pay for construction of approximately 685 linear meters of roads, associated drainage systems, a water reticulation system, a water tank, and electrical mains installation at Cresslands Phase II.
He said they also endeavoured to put in place infrastructure development and services to facilitate community based projects such as roads, waste water, electricity reticulation and provision of potable water.
Billions of Naira have been expended on water reticulation and Asa Dam yet there is no water to drink.
Part of the proceeds will be used for construction of 3000 meters of roads, associated drainage system, a water reticulation system, and electrical mains installation at Monchy.
With regards to the proposal to increase the number of standpipes, he said Water Utilities Corporation (WUC) would construct a pipeline to Phatsima ward and install a prepaid standpipe to assist dwellers as the area was a new development area with no water reticulation network yet.