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ejection

in Scotland, the delict of dispossessing a person permanently from his land or an action to remove a person from lands.
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If the anomalous breccia represents impact ejecta, then it would represent a mixture of strata ejected during the Serpent Mound impact event.
They based the program around four environmental effects: thermal radiation, seismic shaking, ejecta deposition and air blast.
Research the following impact crater features: rays, rim, ejecta blanket, wall, floor, central peak.
A burr on one side of the flash hole could direct the ejecta toward one side of the charge and cause less than uniform ignition.
5) that the ejecta and plume spread around the globe blocked out the radiation from the Sun, resulting in cessation of photosynthesis and leading to death and extinction of plants, the herbivores, and then the carnivores that fed upon the herbivores.
Floods generated by volcanic ejecta coming into contact with snow and ice on the volcano can impact any drainage on a volcano.
Gases and Condensed Products Detected From IR Spectra of Ejecta From SMC Irradiated with, Excimer Laser Radiation at [approximately]500 mJ/[cm.
Origin myths of tambu relate them to ejecta of the sea and to death (ibid.
If, after an attack, your bank teller is unharmed physically, even though there is some ejecta or spalling from the protected side of the lite, that defines a successful and practical security measure.
It performs best in once-fired condition so that the crimp is firm to hold against early ignition and combustion, but its chamber pressure even then is so low that the ejecta fairly squirts out of the gun without recoil:
This zone is separated from the current drift by ejecta from the `source vent' with the expectation that the two mineralized horizons will merge as this drift proceeds to the southeast.