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the act or an instance of demoting

a lowering in or deprivation of character or self-esteem

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high) Vehicle Insulation UA = 180 Btu/[degrees]F-h (new) with 5% degredation each year Route Description Daily Distribution, Weekdays, 14hrs/day Temperature Control Annual Total: 200 days Lite Frozen (10[degrees]F set point); 50 days Frozen (-10[degrees]F set point) Door Openings 6 door openings each day, 30 minutes for each door opening Refrigerant R-404A Fuel Diesel System Lifetime 15 years System Charge 13 lbs Table 2: Variable Parameters for the LCCP Case Study Case Number 1 2 3 4 Location Miami Denver Miami Denver Refrigerant Leakage Rate A A B = 2*A B = 2*A
Interference Measurement on Performance Degredation between Co-located IEEE 802.
The presence of seed shells has also been reported to negatively affect degredation (Makkar et al.
The American writer is not shy in expressing an unfavourable view of American society supported by various forms of social degredation that he abhors, which he proudly counterbalances with Islam, the much sought after resolution to his own confused life.
An informed urban elite, armed with smartphones and media connections, could quickly morph into a self-centred 'not in my backyard' lobby unconcerned with environmental degredation that's affecting less privileged groups.
If the bone formation and degradation process is together in evaluated patients, it is accepted that BGP reflects the formation and degredation rates.
The city of Zabeed and Bab Al-Yemen have both been threatened to be removed from UNESCO's List of World Heritage sites due to degredation.
1021%2Fac3015627) In a paper published in the journal Analytical Chemistry , an international team led by University of Antwerp researcher Koen Janssens says that the color change is the result of a previously undocumented kind of chemical degredation caused by an interaction between the paint applied by Van Gogh and a protective varnish applied by the museum in the early 20th century.
On raw speed they could probably do it, but tyre degredation has been their Achilles' heel in recent races and you'd want some evidence they are over that problem before backing them.
DKK1 antagonizes Wnt signaling without promotion of LRP6 internalization and degredation.
According to the FAO (1999) (Cited by Mondeil and Setboonsarng, 2009), major causes of genetic erosion in crops are land clearing, population pressure, environmental and land degredation, pest/weeds/diseases, over-exploitation of species, overgrazing, collateral damages caused by conventional agriculture, contamination by genetically engineered or transgenic crops, and finally global climate change replacement local cultivars and changing agricultural systems.
Kossik names many culprits in Detroit's degredation, from the demolishing of vibrant neighborhoods to create road systems that encouraged white flight, to a tax burden that drives out young families and keeps them from returning, to a culture of entitlement amid union auto workers that cripples Detroit's auto industry, to Detroit's unhealthy dependence on the auto manufacturing industry in the first place, and more.
Andrew McWilliam observes the degredation of East Timor's forests under the two previous colonial regimes and argues that legal agreements between the government and local communities are the key to reforestation.
2008), Reducing Emissions for Deforestation and Forest Degredation in Developing Countries (REDD): A Guide for Indigenous Peoples, Yokohama, United Nations University--Institute for Advanced Studies (UNU-IAS).
Mammalian degredation of nicotine to 3-pyridyl acetic acid and other compounds.