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changing easily, as in expression

marked by facility, especially of expression

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a substance that is fluid at room temperature and pressure

continuous amorphous matter that tends to flow and to conform to the outline of its container: a liquid or a gas

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subject to change

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characteristic of a fluid

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smooth and unconstrained in movement

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in cash or easily convertible to cash

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affording change (especially in social status)

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But if your body can tolerate them and you can use them wisely by balancing them with adequate fluid intake, then they're probably a good thing," Murray adds.
For most healthy athletes, consuming more salt-containing fluids and food during periods of training or competition in the heat will at worst be harmless and may indeed enhance well-being and performance (Bergeron).
The Scope of Work includes drilling fluids and drilling waste management, cementing services and completion fluids and pumping services in the following fields: Sleipner/Volve, Visund, Snorre, Tordis/Vigdis, Tyrihans, Heidrun, Asgard and exploration drilling.
Read the full report: Global Drilling Fluids Market 2014-2018 http://www.
In this experiment, we examined the comparative effects of different fluids on the modulus of polychloroprene (durometer 60) at 80[degrees]C.
Looking at eye fluids is relatively novel, so one of the researchers' short-term goals is to determine the composition of normal eye fluids.
Cooper Power Systems manufactures distribution transformers, distribution switchgear, reclosers, capacitors, protective relays, voltage regulators, automated switches, cable accessories, surge arrestors, transformer components and dielectric fluids, fuses and tools and it provides engineering services for the electrical and industrial markets.
In very rare circumstances, contact with blood or other body fluids can be a means of infection transmission.
With the possible exceptions of ceramic turning and carbide and ceramic milling, which can frequently be accomplished satisfactorily and economically without cutting fluids, all other metalworking operations require fluids of one kind or another to produce precision parts economically.
Your third option is retrofill-replacing the PCB fluid with a non-PCB alternative.
The wax keeps the fluids used in the biological test in place on the chip and contaminant-free.
Two non-toxic heat-transfer fluids for mold and machine temperature control and a flushing fluid for molds are recent introductions from MultiTherm Corp.
When the synthetic hydraulic fluids contaminate petroleum based fluids and are exposed to certain operating temperatures, carbon deposits form.
During the recovery period, they ingested sufficient Gatorade[R] to replace the fluids lost as sweat during the work bout.