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"Airspaces" is a book by David Pascoe.
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General Thoracic Surgery (2011)
by Thomas W. Shields, Joseph LoCicero, Carolyn E. Reed, Richard H. Feins
REMOVAL OF LIQUID FROM THE FETAL LUNG Rapid removal of liquid from potential airspaces is a key step in establishing the timely switch from placental to pulmonary gas exchange at birth.6 A sudden gush of fluid from the mouth often ...
Practical Thoracic Pathology (2016)
Diseases of the Lung, Heart, and Thymus by Allen P. Burke, Marie-Christine Aubry, Joseph Maleszewski, Borislav Alexiev, Fabio Tavora
affecting surrounding airspaces is a characteristic finding in fibrotic lesions and accounts for most of the “cysts” seen on imaging (Figs. Langerhans cells are 12 to 15 μm with ...
by David Crolla
By introducing airspaces and removing some irons behind the rotor magnets ( Figure 13b), overload and demagnetization withstand capabilities can be improved, while the rotor inertia is reduced so that it can have higher acceleration .
by Casey Albert Wood
It should not, however, be ignored that a communication between the orbit and certain airspaces in the skull may also be caused by a fracture or dislocation of the inferior or superior orbital walls, opening, on the one hand, into the maxillary ...
by William F. Perrin, Bernd Wursig, J.G.M. 'Hans' Thewissen
We become especially sensitive to pressure during the most modest dive to depth because our airspaces such as the middle ear and facial sinuses make us acutely aware of any difference between the ambient pressure and our internal ...
by ROBERT CHAMBERS
The huge size, thick skin, and scanty hairs ; the enormous bead with high rounded skull containing large airspaces and with wide expanse for the insertion at muscles ; the long, muscular nose or proboscis wilb the nostrils at the tip ; the short ...
by Mel Schwartz
” The thermal conductivity of air and gases is low, and the efficiency of some insulators, especially fibrous ones, is partly due to the airspaces.
Ex: A pilot needs to understand and abide by the regulations of the various controlled airspaces. Controlled Spin - A term for a normal spin. Ex: The pilot executed a controlled spin. Controlled Surface - Any movable airfoil used to guide an ...
The Word Rhythm Dictionary (2014)
A Resource for Writers, Rappers, Poets, and Lyricists by Timothy Polashek
PEACEMAKING RETAILING SPEEDSKATING BRIEFCASES NARRATED SERRATED DRESSMAKING BREATHTAKING AIRBASES ESSAYIST STAIRCASES AIRSPACES FIXATED FILMMAKING PRINTMAKING DICTATING SURVEYING+ ...
by David Worthington
Air locks are used to isolate contaminated air spaces from non contaminated ( such as isolating asbestoscontaminated airspaces from other areas), to facilitate decompression (as for underwater diving operations) and to reduce heatloss ...
Concise Medical Dictionary (2015)
by Elizabeth Martin
Interstitial pneumonia is the result of an inflammatory process centred within the alveolar walls rather than the alveolar airspaces. It may be due to a variety of factors, including certain infections, drugs, inhalation of fumes, and exposure to high ...
Social Science and Policy by Mark Garrett
They haveto navigateacross suboptimal airspaces, designed by other agents. A growing number ofairportsare congested, leadingtodelays andother fuelinefficient operations (studies demonstrate that aircraft in holding patterns waiting ...
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Scrabble value of A1I1R1S1P3A1C3E1S1
The value of this 9-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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