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Andy Mair concluded: Research by the Health and Safety Laboratory suggests that many drivers do not understand how truck and trailer parking brakes operate, which is a key requirement in the coupling and uncoupling procedure.
KeedeRoll[TM] MT - An entangled net uncoupling mat bonded to patented Muffling Technology fabric.
In addition, the increased UCP2 and UCP3 in heart, even if being associated with inefficiency of oxidative phosphorylation due to uncoupling, results in increased fatty acid oxidation as fuel utilization [92].
Judging by the publicity given to conscious uncoupling in her own web site, it is clear that Gwyneth is a firm believer in the concept.
Persons with the VV genotype may therefore have a lower degree of uncoupling, more efficient energy utilization, more production of ROS, and lower fat oxidation for a given unit of work than persons with the Ala/Ala (AA) genotype (9, 11, 12).
These mobile systems provide a means of relocating entire production lines to vary spacing between them, 'park' a line temporarily when not in use, more lines out of the way to allow for cleaning of floors, or vary the length of lines by coupling or uncoupling lines from one another.
These systems allow users to easily relocate entire production lines to vary spacing between them, "park" a line temporarily when not in use, move lines out of the way to allow for cleaning floors, or vary the length of lines by coupling or uncoupling lines from one another.
The team of doctors had to contend with unstable pressure levels inside the twins' brains just before uncoupling them and cutting through the last bit of skull joining them, Kumar said.
3 specific gravity these units will operate without overloading or uncoupling.
She told a seminar in July on uncoupling transport and economics that she remains undecided regarding an objective that falls short of what could be achieved (see Europe Environment 594 for further details).
Throughout the Group of Seven nations, one of the most interesting developments of the post-war period has been an uncoupling of changes in financial market values and changes in the real economy.
Sentigen's Assay Ready Cells(TM) technology is designed to improve the quality and consistency of cellular assays used in drug screening and reduce the need of our clients to engage in costly ongoing cell culture operations to support cell-based drug discovery, effectively uncoupling the process of cell production from drug screening.