deplete

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Synonyms for deplete

Synonyms for deplete

to lessen or weaken severely, as by removing something essential

to make or become no longer active or productive

Synonyms for deplete

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Group Breeders" had premonitions early on in life to safeguard their fertility, whereas those who did not have premonitions until later in life were "Group Depleters.
Calibrate the New Taxes So That Polluters and Depleters Will Feel the Costs of the Harm They Do Others of Their Own and Future Generations
While CFCs have received more media attention and are more significant by volume, balons are more potent ozone depleters (halon 1301 is 11.
The list of other drugs that have been reported as being associated with DIP includes SSRIs, dopamine depleters, bupropion, phenelzine, lithium, valproate, some cardiac drugs (amiodarone, captopril, verapamil, diltiazem, amlodipine, manidipine, methyldopa), and estrogens.
This represents the first phase in our efforts to establish regional facilities that offer cradle to grave management of halons and refrigerant gases that are high ozone depleters, or that are high in global warming potential.
Air Quality: Reduction of emissions, such as particulate matter, nitrogen oxides (NOx), volatile organic compounds, and ozone precursors and depleters that contribute to air quality impairment violations of National Ambient Air Quality Standards;
Typical of lupus patients, B-cell depleters initially had high levels of V [.
There are legal alternatives to ozone depleters available to use in new products, and there is equipment available to recycle CFCs in old appliances, rather than releasing CFCs to the atmosphere.
The Clean Air Act prohibits the use of such ozone depleters for nonessential products, including plastic foam products.
only rid the earth of chemical weapons, ozone depleters and radioactive
According to a recent poll sponsored by the Consumer Aerosol Products Council (CAPCO), 65 percent of Americans are not aware the government banned the use of ozone-depleting CFCs, which are known ozone depleters, as propellents in aerosol cans.