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a surrounding site

a rather small part of a geographic unit considered in regard to its inhabitants or distinctive characteristics

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the extent of a 2-dimensional surface enclosed within a boundary

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pHi, initial pH; pHu, ultimate pH; MFD, muscle fiber diameter; MFCSA, muscle fiber cross sectional area; MFSD, muscle fascicle diameter; MFSCSA, muscle fascicle cross sectional area; MFN, muscle fiber number.
Caption: Negative correlation of sensory nerve conduction study with cross sectional area of median nerve
Table-3: The molecular cross sectional area, sc and distance, s, between adjacent chains for each polymer in aqueous medium and Flory radius calculated from equation 2.
TF = [(Kinetic Energy / Cross Sectional Area) / 200 ] * (Wound Circumference)
The cross sectional area was kept the same, so the overall metal velocities and mold filling speeds were equal.
"Ah", you say, "but isn't steel a poor conductor of electricity?" Well, it isn't as good as copper, aluminum or silver, but since the car frame has a huge cross sectional area for the current to flow through, the return resistance will be very low.
Muscle cross sectional area, the percentage of muscle and connective tissue, the number of primary fibers and nuclei were measured.
To incorporate terminal drag in the formula I propose that the expanded cross sectional area of the bullet be added to the formula by dividing the kinetic energy by cross sectional area.
Ao: cross sectional area of a sample before swelling
Cores are typically made from sand and can be fragile, depending on the cross sectional area of the particular feature on the core and the core manufacturing method.
But even if the cross sectional area is adequate, the metal speed may still be excessive depending on the flow conditions created by the runner design.