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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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Unlike shallow, gradual thawing of terrestrial permafrost, the abrupt thaw beneath thermokarst lakes is irreversible this century.
This serves to define the time that the interventional radiologist has to implant the Cell-in-a-Box capsules after thawing to ensure cellular viability within the patient.
In each freeze-thaw cycle, the temperature was varied from (-17.8 [degrees]C) to (+4.4 [degrees]C) over a total period of 24 h (8 + 4 h for freezing and thawing; 7 + 5 h kept at two terminal temperatures) (Plate 1).
Combining automation with dry conduction thawing, it enables the thaw endpoint to be precisely determined, and eliminates the contamination risk associated with water baths.
The thawing experimental equipment is shown schematically in Figure 1 [12, 15].
In addition, although there was no significant difference, freezing/ thawing and further aging (F2A3) resulted in a lower shear force than aging prior to freezing/thawing (A3F2).
To stabilize the ratio of the thaw deformation to the height of the soil body before freeze thawing, namely:
Note that this microenvironment effect occurs both during the freezing and thawing steps.
The researchers showed the organism and its close relatives live not just in thawing permafrost, but in many other methane-producing habitats worldwide.
Reference [13] introduced the experiment study about freezing and thawing resistance of air-entrained concrete in which the coarse aggregate was produced from air-entrained concrete and non-air-entrained concrete, respectively.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 5, 2012-Pluristem Therapeutics Inc's new point-of-care thawing device to provide uniform PLX cell product across every dose(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com