blockage


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Mehta and Sharma expect fully opening all blockages also would save money over the long run, compared with people returning to the hospital with future problems caused by untreated clogged arteries.
(e) treating all hypothesised debris-blockage models and mechanisms as hydraulically suspect because they have not been shown and cannot be shown to be based on measured field data to produce dependable estimates of relevant hydraulic blockage magnitudes and their frequencies of exceedance.
When a blockage is hard and calcified, the plaque may need to be chipped away or softened first, so a balloon can stretch the blockage open.
Point-level technologies for blockage detection fall into two categories, contact (evasive) and non-contact (non-evasive).
Using a wire coat hanger and water from a hosepipe can help clear blockages in a downpipe
Road blockage (with people standing on the road) less than 24 hours will be subject to the fine of 3,000 som for individuals and 50,000 som for legal entities.
The blockage triggered local and international criticism days ahead of critical elections.
The stall was precipitated by the flightcrew's improper reaction to erroneous airspeed and Mach indications which had resulted from a blockage of the pitot heads by atmospheric icing.
Bagis wrote in an editorial for the Hurriyet Daily News that while he welcomed the fresh talks, he "cannot understand the blockages Turkey suffers in the negotiation process." "The [European Commission] itself admits that the blockage of the negotiations is not the outcome of Turkey's technical shortcomings but of the political attitudes adopted by some member states," he said.
Bush has successfully undergone heart surgery in Texas after doctors found a blockage in an artery.
Q: I have a much-loved, old red maple whose roots cause chronic blockage in my sewer line.
But what happens when the damage is caused by both a blockage in the sewer line and a malfunctioning toilet?
Traction - before the actual impulse we feel where the liberation of the blockage lies.
A RAW sewage spill in Hawarden was caused by wet weather rather than a blockage, Welsh Water claims.