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2-Une de la Potel : Il faudra s'en mefier malgre sa longue serie d'echecs, car elle releve d'un entrainement qui est entrain de reussir de belles choses au cours de ses dernieres sorties, et qu'elle partira avantagee au premier poteau.
Such a treatment might help travellers, shift works and others who overtax the ability of the biological clock to entrain to environmental cues.
According to proponents of tuning-fork sound therapy, an organ or chakra that is not operating at maximum capacity will entrain to the frequency of a vibrating tuning fork and come back into alignment.
Though part of the return air still can get entrain back into the supply air stream most of the airborne pathogens can find clean return path back to the return grill without any obstructions.
It also meant that ''feeding cycles can entrain the liver independently of the SCN and the light cycle,'' the study said.
About Non-24-Hour Disorder Non-24 is a serious, rare, and chronic circadian rhythm disorder characterized by the inability to entrain (synchronize) the master body clock with the 24-hour day-night cycle.
The Long Super Ion Air Knife uses only a minimal amount of compressed air at 5 PSIG to entrain high volumes of surrounding room air.
But on a trailer modified to have slits and rounded contours at its back edges, sheets of air pumped by fans rearward through those slits hug the curved contours and entrain air rushing over the trailer into an orderly current.
th] Annual Meeting, demonstrating that tasimelteon can entrain (synchronize) both melatonin and cortisol rhythms.
The unit uses a small amount of compressed air to entrain high volumes of room air.
Key statement: The particulate filler fluid is fed under high pressure to the mixing zone to form a jet stream to entrain elastomer latex fluid energetically to completely coagulate the elastomer with filler prior to the discharge.
The metal jets violently into the mold cavity, continuing to entrain air bubbles that contribute to the formation of re-oxidation inclusions (Fig.
Non-24 is a serious, rare and chronic circadian rhythm disorder that affects a majority of totally blind individuals who lack light perception and cannot entrain (synchronize) their master body clock to the 24-hour day.
Also, the swirling action of warm-core eddies can entrain and concentrate cooler waters--and their biological inhabitants--from surrounding ocean regions.
Non-24 is a serious and rare, circadian rhythm disorder that affects the majority of totally blind individuals who lack light perception and who therefore cannot entrain (synchronize) their master body clock to the 24-hour day.