One potential benefit of doing so would be to find ways of simultaneously using several catalysts in complex industrial-chemical processes and then, by controlling how the catalysts segregate
, retrieving each one separately.
It recognized society's tendency to isolate and segregate
disabled individuals and chose to provide them with legal recourse.
Most of PRC's larger foundries, with outputs of 20 tons or more/day, find it economically feasible to segregate
their materials into three different streams: commingled sand streams and cores; slag and used refractories; and dusts.
What we did was segregate
those individuals that were involved in the initial rioting,'' Klugman said.
This is the first experimental evidence that different molecular reactants segregate
themselves into like groups when confined to small spaces.
Reflecting strong cash flow, MCI intends to segregate
cash from operations and earnings throughout 1993 to fund further partial redemptions of the 10 percent debentures.
Los Angeles County jail officials, who routinely segregate
inmates by gang affiliation to thwart brawls, say their lawyers believe the jail is not affected by the U.
But Day countered that it's difficult to completely segregate
A court will not allow a landlord who segregates
after such assignment or bankruptcy to oppose an assignee's or trustee's claim for return of such security.
the accumulated earnings and profits (AE&P) deficit of one constituent corporation from the positive AE&P of the other constituent corporation until the deficit AE&P has been offset by earnings and profits accumulated after the corporate combination.