ejection


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
See: banishment, deportation, discharge, dismissal, disqualification, eviction, evulsion, exclusion, expropriation, expulsion, layoff, ostracism, ouster, rejection, removal

ejection

in Scotland, the delict of dispossessing a person permanently from his land or an action to remove a person from lands.
References in periodicals archive ?
The contractor for the supply simulator adapted ejection in the room - the building shared by the user, will perform assembly and start-up simulator with development ejection seat.
In this work, an instrumented mold was used, equipped with sensors to simultaneously monitor cavity pressure, surface temperature of the part and ejection force.
An ejection fraction of 35 to 39 percent is moderately below normal and is considered mild heart failure, when the left ventricle doesn't contract strongly enough and less blood is pumped throughout the body.
Carried out on land at Sinpo Naval Shipyard, Sunday's ejection test is the third time this month and fourth in 2017, that North Korea has conducted a trial of the missile component that is critical to developing submarine launch capabilities, according to the US defense official.
The F-35 Joint Program Office has been working in concert with contractors to develop options to reconfigure the ejection system.
Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFPEF) is an increasingly recognized form, and accounts for almost 50% of all admissions for decompensate heart failure.
The researchers suggest that if both coronal mass ejections and coronal jets have the same source, this process can be considered "a universal model for solar eruptions.
With the ejection port cover open, turn the M240 upside-down.
Ensuring all my harnesses were snugly attached, I grudgingly turned my attention to examining the ejection handle.