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efflux

The expiration of a prescribed period of time,such as the end of a lease.
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He discusses assessing the effluent quality, the biosorption of Cu(II) onto agricultural materials from tropical regions, cyclic sorption and desorption of Cu(II) onto coconut shell and iron oxide coated sand, modeling the kinetics of Cu(II) bisorption onto coconut shell and Morina oleifera seeds from tropical regions, removing Cu(II) by biosorption onto coconut shell in fixed-bed column systems, and treating gold mining effluence in pilot fixed bed sorption systems.
Cultivation of oil palm in Pakistan will not only beautify the coastal areas but will also reduce the ecological effluence plus this will help Pakistan to reduce its imports bills.
Do improvements in capital planning for sewer separation actually result in fewer flooding issues and improved effluence? What roles do external factors (precipitation, for instance) play?
The varied effluence is a testament to the multiple sources that have reduced the basin to its current state.
They look at how you control and track your effluence, your water usage and your waste products," said Geoff A.
Provision of Water Supply Systems in the Villages affected by effluence sugar mills in Tehsil Phalia, District Mandi Bahauddin with cost of around US$ 4 million, Establishment of the Waste water Treatment Facility in Tehsil Pattoki, District Kasur worth US$ 4 million, Establishment of the Capacity Building Center for Agriculture and Livestock Technology at Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi with cost of US$ 3.5 million and, Establishment of the Technical Textile Center at National Textile University, Faisalabad with cost of US$ 6.5 million.
However, as long as the choreographers, authors, and artists remain shrouded in anonymity, mass spectacle and poster art alike simply are the effluence of a world view in which mute workers, whose only recompense is the national pride inculcated in them by the state, labor like ants to create gigantic pyramids.
"What we do is send an initial letter if effluence is on the ground," she said.
The latter is the case in the celebrated account of eros in Plato's Phaedrus (251B-C), where the lover's desire is the result of the effluence (aporrhoe) of particles from the beautiful body that enter the lover's soul via his eyes.
These problems may range from sewage back-up to sewage odors permeating the outdoor areas of the property and beyond or even effluence within their garden areas.
Near a culvert's effluence, the topwater Spook disappeared in white froth created by a sizable bronze back.
The university is working with the city to pump the effluence from the plant to campus to use for irrigation.