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ejection

in Scotland, the delict of dispossessing a person permanently from his land or an action to remove a person from lands.
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Keeping in view the clinical, economical, and environmental significance of fungi, bacteria and minerals found in bat ejecta the present study was designed to ascertain microbial load and mineral composition of bolus and guano of P.
Today, unfortunately, this area has been designated a national park and therefore is virtually closed to collecting; no quarrying is allowed, and consequently fresh ejecta are no longer being uncovered.
Nonetheless, in the present study all species range up to the ejecta layer (sample sm75-503), or to the highest level of the Maastrichtian.
They based the program around four environmental effects: thermal radiation, seismic shaking, ejecta deposition and air blast.
While fecal pellets are commonly used as an estimate of resource use (Thomas 1988) ejecta pellets provided an even better estimate in this study for three reasons.
Data are summarized as FTIR spectra of gas in a sealed system [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3 OMITTED]; FTIR spectra of particulate matter collected during laser processing [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 4 OMITTED]; NMR scan of liquid containing dissolved ejecta compounds [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 5 OMITTED]; and mass spectrometer scans of gases evolved from C[H.
Civil aviation authorities were also asked to advise pilots to avoid flying close to the volcano's summit as ejecta from any sudden phreatic eruption can be hazardous to aircraft.
The bright apron of pulverized ejecta that surrounds Linne is easy to spot whenever the Sun is positioned high over western Mare Serenitatis.
gov/image-feature/jpl/well-preserved-impact-ejecta-on-mars) photographs of Martian impact craters and the ejecta around them, you would, on occasion, see craters ringed with mysterious bright streaks that extend outward from the point of impact.
If these events lead to ejecta, they will have experienced explosive burning, possibly under the strong influence of interactions with neutrinos.