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Pie

A Spanish measure of length approximately equivalent to 23.86 centimeters, or just under 11 inches. It is largely obsolete.
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Based on the tracer gas model, only 5% of the infiltration difference can be attributed to fan speed.
The flow section area and wetted perimeter were graphically obtained from measured furrow cross-section for each infiltration test.
Cohen et al reported that haemodynamic changes with adrenaline infiltration depend on total volume and dose of adrenaline in the infiltration solution, vascularity at the site of injection and speed of systemic absorption (12).
housing stock, ventilation is provided by uncontrolled infiltration combined with occupant use of windows, doors, and bath and kitchen exhaust fans.
Infiltration rates were calculated as the difference between the applied rainfall and runoff rates, and were assumed to be greater than the application rate when no runoff occurred.
During months when the heat or air conditioning is running the most, air infiltration can have its biggest negative effect on a building's energy load.
The paper is presented a composite material (CM) with matrix and metallic reinforcing, with higher electrical and thermal conductivity, withstand of worn and its fabrication by processing from liquid form by infiltration of vertical and descending capillary of binary eutectoid alloy-Ag72Cu, from bi-dimensional and bidirectional cupper wire in 3D, with multiple capillary spaces.
A spokesperson for the Romanian Orthodox Church's Bucharest patriarchate told the Agence France-Presse news agency his church had already admitted its infiltration by communist agents and was not against "the opening of archives dealing with priests.
l,7) Infiltration of the surface epithelium may give the tumor an ulcerated appearance, but central necrosis is rare.
Such high-end Euro infiltration has nothing on the intriguing news that both UCLA and USC are likely to be headed-up by, respectively, a Japanese and a Chinese professor.
Mold and water infiltration in homes and businesses have been increasingly cited as causes of health problems, including respiratory ailments and neurologic impairments.