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treating

[′trēd·iŋ]
(chemical engineering)
Usually, the contacting of a fluid stream (for example, water, sewage, petroleum products, or mixed gases) with chemicals to improve the fluid properties by removing, sequestering, or converting undesirable impurities.
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Multiple indications for treating diseases such as psoriasis also expanded use.
This ruling was contingent on (1) all shareholders treating the company as an S corporation and (2) the trusts reporting their shares of S income on their fiduciary tax returns.
Food and Drug Administration in late 2004 approved the InSightec equipment for clinical use in treating fibroids.
Eastside resident Ronald Ferrell, 62, said he favors treating the wastewater to the point it can be used on golf courses, parks and other area.
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Throughout the event, police appeared to target medics: wherever my partner Leigh and I were treating people, tear gas canisters landed right beside us.
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The IRS and Treasury should be chary in treating NQPS as an instrument other than stock, limiting the application of such rules to prevent taxpayers from obtaining tax-free treatment where the instrument received is subject to substantially less risk than the one exchanged.
The data for this article were generated by using fabric and metal-free particulate obtained from grinding and separating whole tire scrap and then treating the grindings with our polymeric surface treated particulate.
Every year, over half a million bifurcation coronary lesions are sub-optimally treated as no commercially available optimized solution exists for treating bifurcation lesions.
Under Section 530(a)(1) of the Revenue Act of 1978, termination of certain employment tax liability is appropriate if a taxpayer (1) did not treat an individual as an employee for any period, (2) consistently treated the individual as a nonemployee on all required Federal tax returns and (3) had a reasonable basis for not treating the individual as an employee.