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the depletion or sapping of strength or energy

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the state of being depleted

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We see very clearly that chlorine from CFCs is going down in the ozone hole, and that less ozone depletion is occurring because of it,' said lead author Susan Strahan, an atmospheric scientist from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Centre in Greenbelt, Maryland.
The company has previously carried out three projects for PDO, which include the $150m Lekhwair Gas Field Development project, the $235m Saih Rawl Depletion Compression project, and the $240m Yibal Third Stage Depletion Compression development, it said in a filing to the Mumbai bourse.
To determine the causes of this depletion, the investigators treated neurons grown in cell culture with amyloid-beta proteins, which accumulate in Alzheimer brains.
This year, our balloon-borne instrumentsAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA measured nearly 100 per ozone depletion in the layer above South Pole Station, Antarctica, that was 14 to 19 kilometers (9 to 12 miles) above Earth's surface," Bryan Johnson, a researcher at NOAA's Earth System Research Laboratory in Boulder, Colorado, said, in the statement.
Fiona Stewart, NEB Next-Generation Sequencing product marketing manager, commented that the NEBNext rRNA Depletion Kit efficiently removes abundant RNAs, thus decreasing the number of sequencing runs needed and, therefore, the overall cost of sequencing.
To overcome oil depletion renewable resources can be used to replace nonrenewable fossil fuels.
In order to continue to produce on-spec gas through the Central Processing Plant (CPP) in first quarter 2015, second stage depletion compressors (SRDC2) are required to be installed upstream of the SRDC1.
What Obama and the liberal establishment want is for this 15-percent depletion allowance to be repealed so that that revenue can be taxed.
As discussed below, qualification for the bulk sale exception directly affects the taxpayer's ability to use the most advantageous method of calculation for cost depletion.
The core objective of this research is to arrive at the optimal social extraction path on an investment project level reaching dynamic social optimality with resource depletion, in contrast to the traditional benefit-cost criterion of project feasibility.
Washington, August 9 (ANI): In a new research, scientists have determined that depletion in the ozone layer is reducing the atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) uptake of the Southern Ocean.
Immunoaffinity-based depletion techniques appear to provide the most specific method for removal of highly abundant proteins (14,15).
Severe depletion of mucosal CD4 T cells in AIDS-free simian immunodeficiency virus-infected sooty mangabeys
Modernity, Pinchbeck argues, is inherently doomed and deserves to be doomed for playing into the detestable human urges of atomistic individualism and ugly greed; it has led to global warming, irreversible and tragic forest depletion, and a rapidly hastening loss of all the resources on which life depends.
But environmental accounting suggests that once you account for the depletion of the natural resources and wear and tear on produced capital goods such as buildings and machinery, the rate of creation of new wealth in net terms might be negative.