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Water Gain Polanter 3-Way planter has 12 holes for flowers, herbs, vegetables and ornamentals.
With the importance of this clinical role, nurses who understand the process of water regulation, the sources of water gains and losses, assessment, and the types and treatment of dehydration are better prepared to assess and intervene from a sound scientific and physiologic base.
Short contact with moist air may result in significant water gain.
The summerfallow segment had the lowest soil water gain and precipitation storage efficiency even though about half of the 14-month fallow precipitation was received during this segment (Tables 1 and 4).
Tomorrow's obstetricians may rely on a technique called bioimpedance spectroscopy--or BIS--to monitor water gain in their pregnant patients.
Ideally, water at night or early morning for maximum water gain to the soil and the plants.
We have seen Skinny Water gain market share and shelf space in the Philadelphia region and are determined we can do the same in our area.
In the system, the return water gains heat from the solution-water heat exchanger (SWHX), the flue gas-water heat exchanger (GWHX) and the condenser in sequence.
The water gains over land were spread globally, but taken together they equal the volume of Lake Huron, the worlds seventh largest lake.
Through the transaction, which was announced in May 2014, Kentucky American Water gains about 500 new water customers and some 300 wastewater clients, plus two wholesale customers, Harrison County Water Association and Nicholas County Water District.