dissipated


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Synonyms for dissipated

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unrestrained by convention or morality

preoccupied with the pursuit of pleasure and especially games of chance

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The LPA dissipated early Monday, said Alvin Pura of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa).
Both components were selected to produce the total dissipated power a little larger than 30 W.
WASHINGTON (CyHAN)- A dark clump of plasma rose up above the Sun, then twisted and spun about before it broke away and dissipated (Dec.
Taxpayers that dispose of their assets solely to qualify for an OIC are likely to fail, since a number of court cases support the IRS' practice of including dissipated assets in the RCP calculation.
Reasonable Collection Potential and Dissipated Assets
After all, at higher speeds you travel further during your reaction time, breaking distance is increased and, most importantly, if you have a collision the energy dissipated in the impact will be higher, increasing the risk of serious injury and damage.
The discovery could give a new insight into just how energy is dissipated in solar system sized plasmas such as the solar wind and could provide significant clues to scientists developing fusion power that relies on plasmas.
1 : to cause to break up and disappear: disperse <The wind dissipated the clouds.
A distinguished architect and ecclesiological scholar, John Ninian Comper (1864-1960) was a major influence on the liturgical revival when the Anglican Church was still imbued with a vital Anglo-Catholicism, now largely dissipated.
2 kilometers--the wave had already dissipated its energy and shrunk back to the size of its peers.
Firefighters shut off the leak, and the odor, which could be smelled from Newhall to Valencia, dissipated overnight, deputies said.
The 2005 Council is already in our memory books, but the stimulating energy of the 132 League leaders who gathered in Washington, DC, in June has not dissipated.
While some of the dynamics that helped propel pricing to higher levels haven't dissipated, more paper recycling companies have adjusted their businesses to reflect these changes.
The pendulum is returned, having dissipated energy during the impact, and the degree of return is captured and displayed as a percentage of the original height.
Thermal dissipation limits are specific to the heat released within the slot discounting that energy which is dissipated in module extensions outside the confines of the slot.