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Synonyms for circulate

Synonyms for circulate

to move freely as a liquid

to become known far and wide

to pass (something) out

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Our new offering of RF circulators and isolators offers our customers a comprehensive selection of more than 50 protective ferrite devices that can be used in a broad spectrum of RF applications," says Brian McCutcheon, General Manager at Fairview Microwave.
They also suggested increasing the number of Principle and Function of Surgery Technician as Circulator unit from 2 to 3 units [4].
Fiber optic circulator functionality is an excellent candidate for integrating with a transmitter and receiver into a single package.
So easy to use - just relax in a comfy chair, place your bare feet on the pads, attach the electro-pads and set the remote control to your required level, then sit back and let the Electronic Foot Massager and Circulator do the rest.
The Circulator system, known for its bright red buses and $1 fares, runs a number of routes throughout the city, including those from Georgetown to Union Station, Woodley Park to McPherson Square, Smithsonian Metro station to National Gallery of Art, the Walter E.
The agency president and chief executive officer, Tom Noonan, said, 'We are thrilled with the addition of the Purple Route to the fast and free Charm City Circulator programme.
When the custodian got to work Monday morning, he found that one of the two boilers was not working and two circulator pumps had burned out, a condition that might have been caused by the power problems during the December ice storm, Mr.
The stripline junction circulator is a unique three-port non-reciprocal microwave junction used to connect a single antenna to both a transmitter and a receiver.
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In general terms, a common characteristic of all large hydronic networks is that the central circulator of the network, compensating for pressure drop in the central branches, always tends to distribute flow in the local branches as well, which implies interference (interactive phenomena) inside the network and between branches.
They comprise cooling coils with a fluids circulator for measurements from 5[degrees]C to 50[degrees]C and an option for cryogenic cooling using liquid nitrogen for measurements to -40[degrees]C.
Rockledge, FL-based DynEco is a developer of fuel cell air compressor and hydrogen circulator technology.
THIS large air circulator is "one of the best fans that money can buy", according to the Ocean mail order catalogue.
The group shut Reactor 2 in mid-May due to the failure of a gas circulator.