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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of cavitate.


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  • Regarding Bones of the Earth, he writes: "It is a tale which like most time travel novels exposes the savagery of sex between humans, the cod-godling manipulativeness of the bureacracies which operate the time machines, the cavitated bad-fruit texture of reality when its guts open."

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  • Paranui #11, 12 and 13 will be placed on production test and the production performance of these cavitated vertical wells will be compared to the results from the existing three Paranui pilot wells which were subjected to fracture stimulation treatments.

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  • Once all target coal seams have been logged and cavitated the well will be suspended for later production testing.

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  • The judges were impressed by the ability of the cavitated film to meet several objectives for this application, including delamination prevention and higher yield (lower resin consumption).


  • Coskun Plastik, Kartal / Istanbul, Turkey, converts the 80-micron metallized, pearlized white, cavitated Suptherm 7131MDP film into a surface-printed lamination.


  • In addition, although metallized, cavitated film is seen in confectionary and snack packaging, the judges recognized its adoption for liquid products as a relatively new usage.



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