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solution

(Answer), noun clarification, decipherment, determination, eludication, explanation, explicatio, exposition, finding, illumination, interpretation, key, reason, resolution, right answer, solutio
Associated concepts: equitable solution

solution

(Substance), noun admixture, amalgam, blend, combination, commixture, composite, composition, compound, dilutum, emulsion, intermixture, mix, mixture, solvent, suspension
See also: conclusion, denouement, determination, disposition, explanation, finding, opinion, outcome, panacea, remedy

SOLUTION, civil law. Payment.
     2. By this term, is understood, every species of discharge or liberation, which is called satisfaction, and with which the creditor is satisfied. Dig. 46, 3, 54; Code 8, 43, 17; Inst. 3, 30. This term has rather a reference to the substance of the obligation, than to the numeration or counting of the money. Dig. 50, 16, 176. Vide Discharge of a contract.

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All HAP coated 316L SS specimens were subjected to cyclic polarisation experiment in Ringer's solution.
9% normal saline (dextrose 5 g/dl, sodium and chloride 150 mmol/l each), Group LR received 500 ml of lactated Ringer's solution (sodium 130 mmol/l, potassium 4 mmol/l, calcium 3 mmol/l, chloride 109 mmol/l, lactate 28 mmol/l), and Group NS received 500 ml of 0.
Electrochemical evaluation involving polarisation studies were performed in Ringer's solution (NaCl 8.
Roth's study, which attempted to mimic a similar scenario, involved 56 rats, each of which underwent controlled hemorrhage to remove 60 percent of their blood for three hours before re-infusion with Lactated Ringer's solution to replace lost blood volume.
The present study focuses on alkali treatment of 316 LVM using sodiumhydroxide and evaluation through cyclic polarisation studies in Ringer's solution.
Oxytocin is first line, at a dose of 10-40 U in 1 liter normal saline or lactated Ringer's solution.
The INcreased Flow Utilizing Subcutaneously-Enabled Lactated Ringer's clinical trial, or INFUSE-LR study, is designed to determine the subcutaneous infusion flow rate of lactated Ringer's solution with and without Hylenex, assess the subcutaneous infusion flow rate dose response to Hylenex over one order of magnitude of dose, and assess safety and tolerability.
Electrochemical tests involving potentiondynamic polaristation experiments in Ringer's solution were performed to analyze the performance of coatings and the results were compared with 316LVM alloy.