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separate

designating or relating to a Church or similar institution that has ceased to have associations with an original parent organization

separate

[′sep·rət]
(geology)
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2 Sets single-needle to collect UKKP (double portion), granulocytes, perform therapeutic procedures: plasmapheresis, thrombocytopheresis donations, Leukapheresis, Erytroaferezy, the collection of stem cells with the necessary procedures for the implementation of the above-mentioned liquids, kits for selective apheresis of LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, along with the necessary to perform the above procedures and the lease of liquids separator to perform the above procedures together with an external device to LDL apheresis cholesterol and triglycerides.
Separators are also divided into test separators and production separators.
SYMMETRIX ceramic-filled battery separators are available in a variety of thicknesses to enable many cell configurations and designs.
Teijin Techno Products expects to develop other applications for its thin, heat-resistant aramid nanofiber sheet, such as separators for capacitors; high-performance, heat-resistant filters; and heat-resistant cleaners for office automation equipment.
Together with the Diverting Counter-flow Elutriators (UGS), and Gravity Rotation Separators (SRS) Coperion is able to cover the entire range of throughput requirements from 1 to 120 tonnes/hour.
Practical orientation and focus on customer requirements are key practices for Westfalia Separator.
To see photographs, dimensional drawings, and specifications for Bunting Head Pulleys, as well as other Bunting Magnetic Metal Separators and electronic Metal Detectors, visit the Bunting Web site at www.
The size and volume of the downstream run of scrap coming off the new shredder required a high-volume ferrous metal separator.
All magnetic separators utilize either permanent magnets or an electromagnet to generate the magnetic field.
The multi-billion dollar resource recovery industry takes a leap forward today with the successful joining together of the company's Voraxial Separator and the current leading method of oil/water separation into one composite system.
Violence against and intimidation of separators as well as denying them pasturing and social services rights were only part of the arsenal that peasants used in the fight against enclosure.
Among separators are evolving toward having a high level of functionality.