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Synonyms for plume

Synonyms for plume

to be proud of (oneself), as for an accomplishment or achievement

Synonyms for plume

anything that resembles a feather in shape or lightness

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a feather or cluster of feathers worn as an ornament

be proud of

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deck with a plume

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clean with one's bill

form a plume

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An ultra-compact, cost optimized and form-factor-ready dual-band Pod reference design incorporating the MediaTek chipsets MT7621A and MT7615D for dual-band 2x2 platform is available for licensing from Plume for both ISP and retail applications.
We saw a bright plume of dust blowing away from the surface like a fountain," said Jessica Agarwal of the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, and lead author of the new paper, in a (http://www.
Last year, Schumer successfully pushed for language in the 2016 Water Resource and Development Act (WRDA) that mandated that the Navy submit a report to Congress on the groundwater contamination at the Bethpage Plume Site.
Cassini wasn't designed to detect signs of life in the Enceladus plume -- indeed, scientists didn't know the plume existed until after the spacecraft arrived at Saturn.
For example, Large-Eddy Simulation (LES) with high grid resolution through adaptive mesh refinement should resolve flow structures and plume interactions that may be missed if using coarse-mesh Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) simulations.
The groundwater plume is on the boundary of Woods Cross City and Bountiful City and known as the Five Points PCE Plume Superfund Site.
An understanding of the New Zealand law provides a clear process for staff to push for the adoption of guidelines covering surgical plume evacuation in all public and private hospital operating theatres and to ensure the consistent use of plume evacuation devices.
Bulusan also belched out a 300-meter-high ash plume last June 19 in another low energy phreatic eruption.
Surgical plume consists of three types of hazards namely physical, chemical and biological.
I think we were just ready to be out of the city," says Whitney, founder of DRAM Apothecary, a natural bitters company and drinking destination for Silver Plume locals and weekend warriors traveling the hilly highway.
More than 41 gasses are found in surgical plume, such as, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde and benzene, along with other viruses, bacteria, small viral particulates and carcinogens, she listed.
Control and treatment solutions were introduced to the exhibit using flexible Tygon tubing (approximately 5-mm internal diameter) fed through the lumen of about 2 m of rigid schedule 80 PVC, which allowed us to make a plume extending roughly 2 m from the edge toward the center of the exhibit.
13 ( ANI ): Researchers have found evidence of water vapor erupting from the frigid surface of Jupiter's moon Europa, in one or more localized plumes near its south pole.
The personalized ventilation is included in the layer containing the trunk and head of the human body and is considered to affect the heat source plume temperature and flow rate.
This surgical plume also produces chemical by-products in the form of substances such as hydrogen cyanide, formal dehydrate, ethane, methane and carbon monoxide.