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  • n. Plural form of filtration.


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  • Why are there no plans by either the Clinton Global Initiative or organizations that benefit from its funding to either fix the water delivery system once and for all, provide water filtrations systems in remote areas, and/or place permanent cholera treatment centers in every village in Haiti?

    Georgianne Nienaber: Are Haiti's Cholera Victims Warren Buffett's "Girls in the Convertible?"

  • Almost five months after the leaks began, and more than seven months after the capture of Private Manning -- allegedly responsible for the filtrations -- Attorney General Eric Holder finally announced that the Department of Justice would be investigating Mr. Assange.

    Joel D. Hirst: Cablegate: Obama's Diplomatic Waterloo

  • We are ushered past high-tech membrane tanks and filtrations systems.

    Courtney Woo: China's Environmental Progress May Not Win Olympic Medals, But Why Not at Least Recognition?

  • A note on the structure of soil here; in undisturbed soils a very delicate structure is formed that allows for the intricacy of life in the soil e.g. miniscule gas pockets, water filtrations, mineral diffusion, bacterium, insects, worms etc.

    Organic Gardening: Pest Control

  • The theoretical aspect involves coordinating the regimen of stem cell injections, immunotherapy filtrations, and telomerase therapies.

    The joys of impairment

  • The Bruniers had been doing several filtrations, a Kisselguhr filtration after malolactic, and a prebottling filtration.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • Today, with later harvests and for the other reasons already expressed, the tannin is sweeter, and unless the wine has a bacterial problem suspended proteins or other matter that makes the wine unattractive aesthetically, there is no need to perform the heavy finings and filtrations of the past.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • The contractor will also annotate all information pertaining to the appearance of water filtrations and aquifer, types of rock found and rock sampling details.

    Chapter 19

  • I thought they'd never salvage him total, though all he had keeping him going at the end was a whirl-pump heart and twice a day filtrations on the kidney machine.

    Starchild Omnibus

  • Asia, and the deserts of Persia, those lakes without issue, or rivers which lose themselves in the sand or in subterraneous filtrations.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 62, Number 361, November, 1845.


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