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suppressant

a suppressant drug or agent
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This eliminates the need for a liquid addition pump, and allows the strength of the suppressant solution to be adjusted quickly, or completely shut off.
The study, which followed 350,000 participants over a period of more than five years, compared those taking PPIs (proton pump inhibitors) to a group taking the acid suppressant known as an H2 blocker, and found that participants taking PPIs could face a 25% higher risk of death than those taking the H2 blocker.
The M&S results summarized in this paper are based on a generalized reduced chemical kinetics approach that is valid for different suppressants of interest to the US Army.
Research proposals for potential suppressants, procedures, and devices will be accepted.
It is the intent of the City of Missouri City to establish with one vendor a term contract to provide fire suppressants and foam retardants to the Fire Department.
and in 2010, the Kemguard molybdate FR and smoke suppressant business from Sherwin-Williams, Cleveland.
The previous two were the 2012 purchase of the specialty hydrate flame retardant business of Almatis and the 2010 acquisition of the Kemgard[R] flame retardant and smoke suppressant business from Sherwin-Williams.
Cough suppressants are usually effective in relieving a troublesome cough.
DuPont's family of clean agent fire suppressants also includes FE-36, providing maximum protection for people and assets in a portable fire extinguisher.
EoACA[pounds sterling]The Kemgard products complement our existing line-up perfectly, as the marketplace continues its shift toward more environmentally-friendly flame retardants and smoke suppressants.
I WOULD like to get a debate rolling on the subject of seasonal suppressants for racing greyhounds.
The active ingredient in many spray suppressants for hexavalent chrome plating solutions (called PFOS1) is toxic, bio-accumulative and persistent in the environment.