remotion


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the act or process of moving from one place to another

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3 yields a higher percentage of remotion in the maximum absorbance, consequently, it was chosen in order to evaluate the process efficiency.
after 1328), discerns in the words of Dionysius four modes of arriving at knowledge of God: efficient causality, final causality, eminence, and remotion.
In other outcrops fossils are fragmentary and associated mainly with levels of high terrigenous content and may have undergone some taphonomic remotion processes.
For instance, the ReMotion knee joint curves at the top to look natural under clothes, he said.
At the pond with organic matter deposited in the bottom, the fluctuation in water transparency was probably due to the sediment remotion produced by the wind during heavy rains.
After fixative period, the group A (control) was placed in 30mL of the decalcified solution and this was replaced by another after the sample remotion for calcium dosage, each 5 days.
A method based in prediction and remotion of such unwanted waves, is presented.
This is present in the Summa contra gentiles where Aquinas wrote: "Now, in considering the divine substance, we should make use of the method of remotion [via remotionis].
20) It follows that in order to predicate a higher concept (genus) of a lower as in (2) one must have abstracted the genus from the species by remotion.
He traces in it a rhetoric of "oracular inkblots" or of "eternal remotion.
The ReMotion Knee, a low cost prosthetic knee joint, is the latest winner of the Cool Idea