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Melting

Slang; a situation in which a trader suffers such large losses (usually in a short period of time) that he/she can no longer continue to trade on the market.
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This can be depicted with the conventional melting pattern for a single-flighted screw, as shown in the illustration to the right.
Consequently, the sizes of the amplicons and percentage guanine-cytosine content were different, allowing discrimination between HPAI and LPAI by melting curve analysis (7).
That reduces sea-ice coverage the following spring, giving summer melting even more of a head start.
As melting of pellets begins to take place in the middle, transition zone of a plastics extruder, a pool of melt forms in the rear of the screw channel as a result of screw geometry.
Evidently the Melting Pot chain of fondue restaurants believes so.
Which type of chocolate has a lower melting point: a candy-coated or non-coated chocolate?
The point most commonly taken is that the new human products of the melting pot would, of necessity, be culturally indistinguishable.
Although electric melting of glass has been used by the container industry for many years, the quality of glass produced has never approached that demanded by the flat glass industry.
At the core of the Company's premium melt capacity expansion program will be an approximate 40 percent increase in its vacuum induction melting (VIM) capacity.
Melting in air, high temperatures, fossil fuel decomposition, humidity, oxide-covered charge materials, returns, trim scrap, gates and runners, and sand system debris all contribute to the presence of melt impurities.
The researchers repeatedly raised the pressure inside the cell and determined sodium's melting temperature at each of these pressures by heating the material.