In contrast Britton observed that high vacuum Redivac units drained
stayed in place for a day less than the low vacuum Portovac units and were emptied less often.
They routinely used drains in 134 (22%) procedures (drain group) and selectively used in 472 (78%) (selective group) of which 191 (40%) were drained
5 : to tire out <She was drained
by the busy weekend.
75 ounces drained
weight) Kalamata olives, drained
, cut from pits and chopped (OR buy pitted Kalamatas, drain and chop)
If the fuel doesn't run clear after you've drained
half a pint or so, close the valve and report it to your mechanic.
In the early 1940s, the state drained
much of south Florida for housing and farm development.
This document provides guidance on the determination of drained
new weights in order to comply with EU legislation (specifically Directive 79/112/EEC as amended by 89/395/EEC), in the absence of any EU harmonised procedure.
Both methods involve an initial servicing where the bulk of the PCB fluid is drained
from the unit and taken off-site for destruction.
However, Lange said, problems often arise when those basins are drained
improperly and the silt is not effectively strained out of the water.
Once you've drained
tofu, you have to use it pretty quickly, within a day or two.
1 cup roasted red peppers, rinsed and drained
(1/2 of a 15-ounce jar)
For extra insurance, have warm sauce standing by to toss onto the pasta as soon as it's drained
When you are drained
after a long day's work, that's not so great.
In Chatsworth and Thousand Oaks, poorly drained
rocky or claylike soil is the norm.
fuel in an approved waste container.