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m] are the Young's moduhi of the percolated filler network, dispersed fillers and matrix phase respectively and VF is the tiller volume fraction.
Looking at field and pasture, however, agricultural historians have argued both that new practices percolated very slowly into the countryside and that market forces were already strongly felt in late medieval England.
Its images - subjectively sequenced, and lurching toward a hermetically cohesive classification system, but shorn of essay-peaks entirely for itself, articulating and classifying a sexual sublanguage that has percolated and mutated inside U.
The coffee craze, which began on the West Coast in the mid-'80s, has percolated eastward.
Christensen says his favorite explanation for the hematite at Meridiani Planum is that a warm or hot spring percolated through the rocks there.
The recent activity highlights concerns about a chemical that has percolated into Valley groundwater supplies since the 1940s, when heavy industry, defense contractors and aerospace businesses set up shop along the rail lines in Glendale, Burbank and the eastern San Fernando Valley.
Benedetto Croce notwithstanding, the interest of our passing century in the Neapolitan Renaissance has rarely percolated at lively speed.
Stormwater from storm drains or surface runoff is percolated through these media-filled cartridges, which trap particulates and remove pollutants such as suspended solids and turbidity, dissolved metals, hydrocarbons, trash and debris.
That water would then be percolated back into the ground to replenish groundwater supplies and reduce reliance on water brought into the city by aqueducts, he said.