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to send out heat, light, or energy

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give spiritual insight to

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cast rays of light upon

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expose to radiation

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Additionally, a large number of irradiative defects related to the traps existing at the nanosheet boundaries possibly contribute to the violet emission due to the transition between this level and the valence band [66, 67].
As the measurement points recede from the device, so does decrease the power intensity level, which is also dependent on the irradiative characteristics of the antenna and the RF reflections occurring in the premises.
[22] took advantage of tapered dielectric grating to couple SPPs launched by two subwavelength metallic slits, therefore it can obtain the far-field focus by improving the irradiative field.
A greenhouse covering that can reduce the solar irradiative load on crops by preventing a portion of unwanted incident radiation would be ideal for agriculture applications in arid regions.
For Rayleigh scattering and ozone absorption corrections, the 5S irradiative transfer code simulation (TANRE et al., 1992; VERMOTE et al., 1997) was used and properly corrected for atmospheric effects (KAHLE et al., 1980).
Coleridge also conceives of the reason as an active, spiritual agency, defining it in a section from the Opus Maximum as "the irradiative power of the understanding, and the representation of the infinite i.e.
Anyway, with the method of biolocation, it is possible to provide unequivocal answers to at least two main questions--is the given mineral irradiative or not, and at what distance can this radiation be detected.