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  • adjective Able to be regenerated

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Examples

  • Dunlap (2) stated that an agricultural waste, to be a useful substrate for production of microbial protein, must meet the following criteria: it should be non-toxic, abundant, totally regenerable, non-exotic, and cheap, and able to support rapid growth and multiplication of the organisms resulting in a biomass of high quality.

    Chapter 7

  • Only feathers ... redundant or regenerable organs, "which we would be tempted to classify under the 'Hydra-Ph-nomen' were it not for the complete absence of hostility ...."

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • Removal System, starting the "bake-out" cycle to vacuum on absorbent bed #1 of the regenerable dual-channel filtration system.

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  • "The project will provide funding to advance ADA's commercialization plan for regenerable solid-sorbent technology, which is designed to capture carbon dioxide generated by coal-fired power plants," the company said in a statement.

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  • The heart of Pall's CBRN system is a regenerable pressure swing adsorption PSA unit that is immobilized to withstand the constant shocks and vibrations endured by military vehicles, thereby increasing the longevity of the system.

    Pall’s Regenerable Chemical Warfare Protection System Chosen for Terrier Vehicle - Yahoo! Finance

  • Kotov performed the periodic maintenance of the active Russian BMP Harmful Impurities Removal System by starting the "bake-out" cycle to vacuum on absorbent bed #1 of the regenerable dual-channel filtration system.

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  • Maxim Suraev completed the periodic maintenance of the active Russian BMP Harmful Impurities Removal System by starting the "bake-out" cycle to vacuum on absorbent bed #1 of the regenerable dual-channel filtration system.

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  • "Lewatit GF 202 allows our customers to produce high quality biofuels at low costs because it is regenerable during up to an average of five years, easy to use and requires low maintenance," says Mark Seah, Sales Manager ASEAN / NZ in the Ion Exchange Resins business unit.

    India Press Release

  • FE-1 Lonchakov performed the periodic maintenance of the active Russian BMP (Harmful Impurities Removal System) by starting the "bake-out" cycle to vacuum on absorbent bed #2 of the regenerable dual-channel filtration system.

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  • In a regenerable system, the residual slurry is recycled back for reuse in the spray tower.

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