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to lessen or weaken severely, as by removing something essential

to make or become no longer active or productive

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The relationships between polar vortex and ozone depletion in spatial distribution and temporal variation are discussed, respectively, in Section 3, and discussion and conclusions are provided in Section 4.
For consumers, Nutrient Depletions provides you with valuable information to balance your medications and diets.
We sought to prospectively evaluate potential preanalytical bias, and thus the reproducibility of prefractionation by IgY albumin depletion, by SELDI-TOF MS.
Chronic diarrhea will also cause nutrient depletions due to the rapid emptying of the bowel, which reduces absorption of important nutrients.
Nielson (1998) presented a comparison of soil water depletion among canola, crambe, and sunflower.
As noted in the last section, the major challenge in extending the national accounts to include subsoil minerals is to broaden the treatment of mineral assets to include additions and depletions and to incorporate depletion in the production accounts.
We have increased our expectations for full-year depletions growth to between 9% and 11% to reflect this improvement."
Though this lower-stratosphere loss does not rival the more severe ozone depletions at higher altitudes, it did account for roughly 10 percent of the total ozone thinning, Deshler suggests.
reported a second quarter core product depletions increase of 13% as compared to the second quarter of 2009.
Data from the study indicate that chemical pollution destroyed significant amounts of ozone over the Arctic this winter and will most likely cause even larger depletions in the far north in coming years.
reported a first quarter core product depletions increase of approximately 14% as compared to the first quarter of 2009.
That concerns scientists because the severe depletions over Antarctica each spring may contribute to the ongoing erosion of the global ozone layer.
The Boston Beer Company reported a second quarter core product depletions increase of 2% as compared to the second quarter of 2008, adjusted for comparable selling days.
The severe ozone loss largely confirms a prediction made earlier this year by a meteorologist who found a statistical connection between the tropical climate and the severity of polar ozone depletions.
Company depletions in the fourth quarter grew 2%, driven by growth in seasonals, Twisted Tea and the Brewmaster's Collection.