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consisting of or covered with large particles

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composed of or covered with particles resembling meal in texture or consistency

having a granular structure like that of chondrites

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Gorham, added, We started Granular to make a big impact on the business of farming.
Keywords:Aerobic granular sludge; High strength ammonia nitrogen; Shortcut nitrification; EPSs
Granular said that the acquisition of AcreValue enhances its service offerings to the farmland market, and gives farmers and potential investors valuable information into land values across the country.
SMA--Positive only in Blood Vessels and Negative in Granular Cells.
PIC is one of the main shareholders of GPIC and the sole marketer for GPIC's ammonia and granular urea products.
Congenital granular cell epulis appears to rapidly enlarge during the third trimester of pregnancy, but growth ceases after birth.
Kamrin has come up with a model that predicts the flow of granular materials under a variety of conditions.
Introduction" describes the structure of the monograph and the practical values of research results; it overviews the types and structure of granular charges used for air treatment and their physical characteristics that have an influence on the aerodynamic resistance of devices.
of Regina, Canada) assembles 19 chapters on recent developments in granular computing research.
Granular cell tumors are rare neoplasms first described in 1854 and believed to originate from Schwann cells.
Como patron de comparacion se tomo la celda numero 11 que fue construida con un material para base granular sin adicion de cal y con un espesor de 0.
Granular cell tumors, also called Abrikossoff tumors, are benign, slowly growing neoplasms, presumably of Schwann cell origin.
The Northern Granular Resources Bibliographic Database at <www.