saturation point


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saturation point

Chem the point at which no more solute can be dissolved in a solution or gaseous material absorbed in a vapour
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"Our results support other evidence that suggests general practice workload in the UK is reaching saturation point," lead author Dr Jack O'Sullivan, of Oxford University, wrote.
'We understand the benefits of the garment sector for our economy and we want to see it grow further, but it is the nature (of the sector) that it will slow down when it reaches a saturation point,' he said.
All great sporting events I'm sure, but am I alone in wondering if we've reached saturation point? The city's residents now have to put up with increasingly frequent road closures and delays.
Khalid Iqbal Malik, President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry chairing the meeting of local industrialists said that industrial areas in Islamabad including I-9, I-10 and Kahuta Industrial Triangle have reached the saturation point due to which investors were facing difficulties in setting up new industries in Islamabad.
Have we reached saturation point regarding live televised football?
Conversely, in some developed markets like Australia, demand for rigid plastic is reaching a saturation point in certain key applications such as carbonated soft drinks and bottled water.
Saturation Point refused to settle at Lingfield two starts ago, so the blinkers aren't a bad idea, and while she's just as likely to bomb out as run well, that should be factored into the price (forecast in double figures).
It suggests Netflix could be at a saturation point, having already booked its biggest subscriber gains.
Placek is not looking to expand into Western Europe because the markets there have already reached saturation point, he noted.
One of the most pressing questions facing the multifamily housing industry revolves around whether the development of new communities has reached a saturation point. Put a different way, will demand for apartments continue to increase, or will the supply in the pipeline exert downward pressure on rents and investment sales?
The Belfast Trust was forced to issue a statement defending the under-pressure emergency ward at Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital after union reps said it had reached "saturation point".