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L'<< ouverture >> des nouvelles regles de selection d'un chef a renforce le Parti progressiste-conservateur en absorbant l'energie populiste suscitee par Preston Manning et en empechant la formation d'un Parti reformiste provincial, qui aurait, par la suite, divise le vote de centre droite (33).
Before the process, a plastic box 80x40x15 cm in size was formed, and soda-lime, a carbondioxide absorbant, was poured over the lower part of the box.
Les membres de la communaute dont JC se sent le plus pres appartiennent invariablement a des espaces liminaux : les Metis, et en particulier Tit Loup, l'ami de JC, que JC lui-meme qualifie de << crazy half-breed >>, absorbant ainsi les prejuges ambiants.
O'connors (1950) suggested the treatment for acute bursitis by repeated application of stimulant absorbant preparation.
La polarisation des idees entre droit naturel et droit positif--ou encore entre droits naturels et droit naturel, comme le precisait Atias (115)--se prolonge donc naturellement, avec des variations, le long d'autres antagonismes classiques, tels droit et loi, droit et pouvoir, droits et interets et, bien entendu et absorbant la plus grande part de ces considerations, droit subjectif et droit objectif.
Trigeneration is said to be a very efficient process as waste heat from the engine is captured and re-used to provide heat or for conversion to chilled water for cooling through an absorbant chiler, the use of gas as the fuel source is said to offer potential for a reduction in carbon emissions.
La violence politique les absorbant moins qu'avant, certaines parties de la population nord-irlandaise ont commence a s'interesser a l'Europe continentale et a se rendre sur le continent pour des voyages ou des emplois a court terme.
Cette escalade intervient apres l'annonce faite par la societe, concernant une adjudication internationale pour la fourniture de filtres absorbant les gaz emanant de l'usine.
2002) found favorable outcomes for the use of orthotics for preventing stress fractures and reported that shock absorbant boot insoles might be beneficial for preventing stress fractures in military recruits.
The ratio of surface tension to concentration in a balanced state was labelled as absorbing substance surface activity by Rebinder ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 1966), which characterizes the absorbing substance's ability to change the interfacial tension of the absorbant.
It's certainly absorbant - it's already absorbed quite a few blows from yours truly.
Although shock absorbant cartilage tissue is unable to regenerate in the body, medics at Good Hope Hospital, in Sutton Cold-field, are using advanced treatments to give sports enthusiasts, arthritics and young patients a second chance with their damaged knees.