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circulation

Areas in an office space that are used to travel between offices, cubicles and the like; hallways and corridors.

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Arbor and Circulate are two companies specialised in helping publishers connect people-based data to the marketing ecosystem.
A major advance came in 1998 when Dennis Lo, now at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and his colleagues reported that fetal DNA circulates freely outside of cells in a pregnant woman's bloodstream.
These systems can also utilize the energy from the sun to pre-heat the water that circulates throughout the floors.
There are 24 proposed ballot measures circulating for signatures for the 2006 ballot, or awaiting approval to circulate, according to the Secretary of State's Office.
Add cleaner, such as CIMCLEAN 30, at 1:50 or stronger and circulate from two to eight hours.
Idling lets enough oil circulate to the turbocharger's bearings to prevent any damage.
These cells circulate in the blood until they encounter a microbial stimulus, such as a virus.
EMP will continue to operate in England, manufacturing electromagnetic pumps to circulate molten aluminium in reverberatory furnaces.
The euro won't gain credibility until bills and coins circulate widely outside Euroland.