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  • More than 250,000 Americans are treated for macular degeneration each year, said Dr. Paul Sieving, director of the National Eye Institute, the federal agency that paid for the study.

    Study: Avastin, Lucentis equally effective for eyes

  • More than 250,000 Americans are treated for macular degeneration each year, said Dr. Paul Sieving, director of the National Eye Institute, the federal agency that paid for the study.

    Study: Avastin, Lucentis equally effective for eyes

  • Sieving is quicker in the long run – trust me on that.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Sieving is quicker in the long run – trust me on that.

    November recipe: Coffee and walnut cake

  • Sieving should be performed by shaking the set of sieves for ½ - 1 minute.

    5. Central storage

  • Sieving may be carried out in several ways: the sieve may be placed on the ground, on a transport device or slung on posts, trees, etc. (see chapter II, section X. I).

    Chapter 7

  • ALTECH Sieving Disintegrator valid June 1991 with electric motor

    Chapter 11

  • While the main body of the two disintegrator types is the same, the feeding hopper of the Sieving Disintegrator is 60 cm higher than that of the Projecting Disintegrator.

    Chapter 11

  • The smaller of the two types of disintegrator, the Projecting Disintegrator, is designed to project the crushed soil away from the machine, for example, onto the mixing area, and the larger one, Sieving Disintegrator, incorporates a vibrating screen, through which the pulverized material is discharged into a wheelbarrow.

    Chapter 11

  • · Sieving is needed to remove all particles larger than 5 mm for bricks, or 0.6 mm for roof tiles.

    Chapter 4

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