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Synonyms for ligament

that which unites or binds

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a sheet or band of tough fibrous tissue connecting bones or cartilages or supporting muscles or organs

any connection or unifying bond

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that the CFL misled, downplayed, and obfuscated the true and serious risks of these hits;
In 2000, CFL sales amounted to only 1 to 2 percent of residential lighting sales, but now they account for nearly 28 percent of residential sales, according to Energy Star.
Broken CFLs can release fine white powder that contains a very small amount (typically less than 5 milligrams) of mercury.
CFL also has high customer and geographic concentration, with the top ten customers contributing to ~87.
For more information about the Navy's CFL program, visit https://wwwa.
The initial product launch will bring US and Canadian consumers GE Reveal and GE Energy Smart Soft White varieties that offer significantly greater instant brightness than current covered CFLs, while preserving the energy efficiency and long life attributes.
To the author's knowledge, there are no reported studies in the literature on the effect ofmechanical vibrations on the performance of CFL luminaries.
If your town doesn't offer curbside pickup, your municipality may suggest a designated drop-off location or periodic CFL collections.
Another way is to pick a CFL is knowing that a CFL should have about 25 percent of wattage of the incandescent bulb you are replacing:
Environment secretary Dharmendra Kumar said consultations are progressing well with the Electric Lamp and Component Manufacturers' Association of India ( ELCOMA), a group of at least 25 CFL manufacturers, including Philips, GE Lighting and Bajaj Electricals.
Besides energy conservation, the use of the CFL bulbs will help in resisting the most serious environmental concern, global warming, as it will help to do away with the collateral emission of heat produced by the conventional incandescent bulbs.
I want to install a CFL bulb for longer life and energy savings.
In conjunction with EcoLights, Bartell's customers can bring CFL bulbs to any store for environmentally friendly recycling.
According to UNDP Country Director Seifeddine Abbaro, who spoke on behalf of UN Resident Coordinator Marta Ruedas, the CFL awareness campaign is aimed achieving a national result similar to that obtained in several test villages in Aley and Zahle, where total household energy savings amounted to 13 percent when regular light-bulbs were replaced with CFL bulbs.
Although the amount of mercury in the typical CFL can be characterized as tiny, "we still need to be concerned about the proper disposal and recycling of CFLs," says Bachner.