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Synonyms for restrainer

a chemical that is added to a photographic developer in order to retard development and reduce the amount of fog on a film

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To record the baseline value, animals were put inside restrainers for 30 minutes, and this was repeated for 4-5 times, to acclimatize the animals.
To prevent electrode displacement, we tied the electrodes tightly using straps and constrained animal movement using the restrainer.
She invented a retractable dog restrainer, but it only had a reach of two feet ROBOT PHONE: Austrian inventor Claus Scholz came up with this bizarre answering phone, however the robot could not speak THE CAT MEW: This Japanese device was invented to scare off rats.
When gardai conducted an examination of the "Century" restrainer, they found a piece of the seat which secures the safety belt, missing from the back.
Blake only gets better: "Those who restrain desire do so because theirs is weak enough to be restrained, and the restrainer or reason usurps its place and governs the unwilling.
She is a designer of livestock handling facilities, and almost half of the cattle in this country are handled in the center track restrainer system she created based on some of her experiences at an Arizona meat plant when she was younger.
Mrs Neish, Ms Reece-Jones's mother-in-law, was taking Max for a walk down a disused lane in Leasowe when the American bulldog broke free from its mouth restrainer and clamped its jaws around the terrier.
Apos o periodo de descanso, os animais foram encaminhados ate o restrainer por meio de um corredor em forma de funil que permitia a passagem de apenas um suino.
When the rabbit is out of the cage, it should be held close to the body with the head tucked under the arm of the restrainer (Figure 5-4).
So of the contraries reason and energy, recast as reason and "desire" on plate 5, he says: "Those who restrain desire, do so because theirs is weak enough to be restrained; and the restrainer or reason usurps its place & governs the unwilling.
large economies with modest trade) could serve as an enabler or as a restrainer for a firm to make these required changes.
Lessons include: PVC C-900 pipe installations; ductile iron pipe installations; coupling installations; service saddle and tapping sleeve installations; restrainer installations; service line pipe, stops and fittings installations; SDR-35 gravity sewer pipe installations; and an electrical conduit installation.
Its secret lies in its understated style and plain tailoring - that and a clever boned waist restrainer (made from 1950s knicker elastic
At 110 days of age, during the active (dark) cycle, animals were placed in a Plexiglas restrainer, and two blood samples (total volume, 500 [micro]L) were obtained from each animal by tail vein venipuncture, using a 23-gauge butterfly, one without added anticoagulant and the other containing EDTA.
Were it not for government enforcement of speed limits, child restrainer seats, and similar safety laws, there would be far less voluntary application of these logical safety procedures.