physical change


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Synonyms for physical change

a change from one state (solid or liquid or gas) to another without a change in chemical composition

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The internal physical changes will not affect the listed portion of the building, which have been designed to be sensitive to the history and character of the site.
healthy self-esteem, positive feelings about physical changes in puberty, accurate information about puberty, healthy eating and exercise patterns) to effectively address developmental issues related to body image.
In the Circular Letter, the Department set the record straight that "[t]he fact that an insured is not occupying a residence does not constitute a physical change to the premises within the meaning of section 3425(c)(2)(E).
Despite all the physical change, Grace said, they will keep the interior in the "traditional motif.
Geoscientists think this acceleration arises mainly from a physical change in the crystal structure of mantle rock.
My dance training has taught me how to blow myself up, pump up my veins and make a real physical change into a wolf.
Because no chemical or physical change occurs in the antimicrobial agent, the filtration system maintains long-term effectiveness.
It has demonstrated that physical changes in myelin itself -the coating of the auditory nerve carrying sound signals to the brain -- affect our ability to hear.
It aims to create an app capable of adapting musical rhythm to movement and physical changes such as heart rate.
Apart from physical changes on the exterior, internal hardware components of the phone is said to remain same.
They said awareness is created among girls and boys at pre adolescent age about physical changes in their bodies under the project so that they may not involved in social ills by securing wrong information from internet and other sources.
Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the Older Drivers topic offers up-to-date information on how aging may affect driving, including physical changes, safety issues and ways older drivers can cope when driving skills change.
Hormones are natural chemicals in your body that produce gradual physical changes during this time and may also cause emotional changes that can sometimes seem uncontrollable.
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