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- n. The act or process of recirculating.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A new or renewed circulation.
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- n. circulation again
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These salmon are going to be grown initially in recirculation systems (which farmed salmon have been grown in before).
The most perfect Redemption of Mary, the Immaculate Conception, therefore, was willed by the One and Triune God, who decided to establish the law of "recirculation," as St. Irenaeus
"recirculation" setting that reduces the amount of hot outside air that must be chilled.
"recirculation" of divine grace in each of Adam and Eve's descendants, restoring to them their lost, divine filiation.
"recirculation" because warm air recirculates from the exhaust of one server into the intake of a neighboring server.
The charred foam on the aft dome of the LH2 tank is caused by radiant heating from the SRBs as well as plume recirculation from the SSMEs.
Analysts also noted the recirculation of rumors about a ratings downgrade of France.
I recall that among the first of these models, testing showed that it was basically limited to parallel shear flows in which no recirculation was present; basically flows described by parabolic equations.
But the exterior is UNprotected from recirculation and the exhaust plumes of adjacent engines.
These include enterohepatic recirculation, the formation of toxic metabolites and erratic gastrointestinal absorption. 7