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permitting little if any light to pass through because of denseness of matter

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hard to pass through because of dense growth

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having high relative density or specific gravity

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In November, Southwestern reported drilling its "best well to date" in the Brown Dense, a formation covering southern Arkansas and northern Louisiana.
Dense phase pumps (Fig.2.) operate without any venturis, so powder output is consistent over time, which provides process control.
Clinical trials to show the effect on breast cancer mortality by ultrasound screening of women with dense breasts would be ideal, but may not be feasible given the urgency of the situation.
Dense breast tissue not only increases the risk of breast cancer up to four to six times but also makes cancer more difficult to detect using mammography, according to multiple large studies.
A recent study reported dense breasts do not increase risk of death from breast cancer, but that dense breasts are associated with greater risk of developing the disease (J.
One kind of invertible 4x4 is remarkable even though it's not invertibly dense. These are squares which when inverted turn into their own transpose!
Cyclonaire vacuum-loaded dense phase conveyors use only positive air pressure for both vacuum loading and pressurized conveying.
Though close to the city centre, it serves a relatively poor area, hemmed in by dense, dingy apartment blocks.
where I = Income, [P.sub.NED] = Price of non-energy-dense food, [P.sub.ED] = Price of energy-dense food, [F.sub.NED] = Quantity consumed of non-energy dense food, and [F.sub.ED] = Quantity consumed of energy dense food.
But the system is largely driven by the annual freezing of polar sea ice, which drives large quantities of extremely cold, salty, dense water down to the ocean bottom.
* While all foods can have a place in a health-promoting diet, some foods are more nutrient dense than others.
On April 4, 2003, fire broke out in the kitchen of a home in Garden City South, New York, and quickly filled the house with dense smoke.
Everything in its natural position is neither dense or light in actuality and since heaven is in its natural position, it is, therefore, neither light nor dense in actuality.
Parallel SCSI has limited device addressability as well as certain physical limits associated with the nature of its distributed transmission line architecture (performance and distance), plus large connectors that make it unsuitable for certain dense computing environments.
The T320 router allows network service providers and carriers to realize the benefits of the T-series family on a platform right-sized for their immediate needs, while providing a straightforward, cost-effective path to dense 10 Gigabits per second (Gbps) interface capacities.