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Parameter estimates for the best model indicated that adults were less likely to disperse than subadults, single owls or paired owls who lost their mate were more likely to disperse than paired owls that did not lose their mate, and owls were more likely to disperse following years when they failed to reproduce than following years when they reproduced successfully (Table 2).
Table 61: US Exports of Disperse Dyes And Preparations
Surtitctants change nanotubes' surface chemistry, making it easier for the particles to disperse individually.
Drais Perl ball mills finely disperse and homogenize high-, medium-, and low-viscosity materials and stiff pastes.
Following authorisation between the police and the local authority, officers now have the power to arrest anyone in a group of two or more people who is acting unruly and refuses to disperse.
The helicopter spent 15 minutes hovering above the park beaming a strong light to disperse the group.
Sodic soils that do not disperse include those that have a high electrolyte concentration (Quirk and Schofield 1955); those found in the Riverine Plain of south-eastern Australia which have a subplastic B horizon (Isbell 1996); those which have a soluble Ca: Mg ratio [greater than or equal to] 1 (Rengasamy et al.
Garber can be convincing as a frightened British soldier trying to disperse the crowd at the Boston Massacre, as one of the determined Sons of Liberty at the Boston Tea Party, as a pompous English officer trying to disperse the crowd at Lexington, or as any of the people who debate the wording of the Declaration of Independence.
Police said rubber bullets were fired into an intersection to disperse a crowd.
triguing, this research offers scientists the first clear-cut answer to an age-old riddle: How do animal species manage to disperse or scatter their populations around the world, especially on remote island chains?
It is desirable, however, to maintain a slightly higher compactability at the mixer than that required in production in order to develop and disperse the clay properly and to accommodate for the loss of some moisture that occurs between mixing, molding and pouring.
Traditional nanoclays have a plate-like structure, requiring extra manufacturing steps and specialized equipment to separate the layers through exfoliation and disperse them throughout a polymer, such as nylon.