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Vents: Joseph Lardner, better known by the stage name Vents and also known as Vents One, Vents 1 and Vents Uno, is an Australian hip hop artist from Adelaide, South Australia. He has released two albums, 2007's Hard to Kill and 2011's Marked for Death. The latter was nominated for an ARIA Music Award.

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Google previewGeology - The Key Ideas: Teach Yourself (2010)

by David Rothery

This exchange of chemical elements between water and rock at hydrothermal vents is an important part of the rock cycle. It also regulates the salinity (saltiness) of seawater, which has remained broadly constant for several hundred million years. Hot water emerges from ocean floor vents as an acidic solution, but as soon as this mixes with seawater some of its dissolved constituents become insoluble, and form a smokelike cloud of metal sulfide particles. The most famous examples ...

Google previewA cyclopedia of domestic medicine and surgery (1842)

by Thomas Andrew

Astragalus vents, or astragalus tragacanlhe. Gum tragacanth. The gum tragacanth of commerce, or that sold by apothecaries and druggists, is said to be the produce of several species of astragalus. The astragalus vents is a small shrub, two or three feet in height, and its stem about ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Volcanoes (2015)

by Haraldur Sigurdsson, Bruce Houghton, Steve McNutt, Hazel Rymer, John Stix

vents are distributed in patterns that reflect the regional tectonic setting of volcanism, implying that the setting influences the location of mantle partial melting and generation of small-volume magma batches, and the ascent of these magmas through the mantle and crust; ( 2) vents cluster within volcanic fields, often on several scales, suggesting that rates of activity vary substantially within volcanic fields and may shift through time ; and (3) ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Environmental Change (2013)

Three Volume Set by John A Matthews

and surface features such as hot springs, geysers and submarine HYDROTHERMAL VENTS. JBH hydrothermal vent An ...

Google previewThe Facts on File Dictionary of Marine Science (2008)

by Barbara Charton, John Tietjen

hydrothermal vents Hydrologic cycle the water is fresh than if it is salt because the dissolved salt slows down the rate of evaporation. The movement of air, in the form of wind, increases it and humidity decreases it. The movements of water from place to place or from one state (gas, liquid, solid) to another are physical changes. At no time in this process does the water molecule, H2O, change. See water, weather. hydrothermal vents Vents of mineral- rich water, common at the ridge ...

Google previewThe Cleaning Encyclopedia (2009)

Your A-to-Z Illustrated Guide to Cleaning Like the Pros by Don Aslett

keep the area right around the heat vents deaner, but they don't reduce theoverallamormtofsoilintheair. In radiant heating systems, whether electric, hot water, or steam, theairiscirculatednotbya fan but by natural convection. The radhtors draw cold air to them and radnte hot air upward. This gentle flowofairattractssoiltotheradiator and deposits it on the relatively cooler surfaces around it. Poorly insulated walls will attract dirt faster than well-insulated ones. There are no air filters to trap ...

Google previewDesk Encyclopedia of Microbiology (2010)

by Moselio Schaechter

Members of the genera Thermococcus and Pyrococcus grow quickly and robustly on a wide range of liquid, anaerobic laboratory media supplemented with sulfur, and are isolated so frequently from all kinds of hydrothermal vent sample materials, including the subsurface underneath hydrothermal vents, that they are viewed as indicator species of hydrothermal activity. Thermococcus and Pyrococcus spp. are particularly interesting as model archaea that can grow as biofilms, often ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Microbiology (2009)

Members of the genera Thermococcus and Pyrococcus grow quickly and robustly on a wide range of liquid, anaerobic laboratory media supplemented with sulfur, and are isolated so frequently from all kinds of hydrothermal vent sample materials, including the subsurface underneath hydrothermal vents, that they are viewed as indicator species of hydrothermal activity. Thermococcus and Pyrococcus spp. are particularly interesting as model archaea that can grow as biofilms, often ...

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His unit is in charge of 5,000 homes, and they've only been able to search about 2 percent of them. People are standing on roofs or sticking their hands out of air vents so they can get rescued. (Allen Johnson)
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The value of this 5-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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