obscuration


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Obscuration

 of dons: academics collectively.
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obscuration

nVerdunkelung f
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Besides, today, after his long comparative obscuration, he hangs high in the heaven of our literature, for all the world to see; he is a part of the light by which we walk.
The Board continued: "It is likely that the airplane collided with terrain because the pilot could not see and avoid the surrounding terrain given the dark night conditions and mountain obscuration.
The employment of obscuration is not without significant training and leader knowledge considerations.
Obscuration of the lentiform nucleus also called blurred basal ganglia is an important sign of infarction.
The Visayas will experience an eclipse obscuration of 60 to 70 percent, while Luzon will have an eclipse obscuration of only 30 to 60 percent.
To keep the alarm obscuration levels as low as reasonably practical, the vent sampling points will be converted to in-cabinet sampling points.
It seems this will go on like this unless Davutoy-lu raises an objection to this process of obscuration.
Varying plumes of smoke from the firework display - particularly that caught below the inversion area - may have mixed with the fog and therefore I cannot rule out the possibility that they drifted under the inversion to the motorway and may have added to the intensity of the obscuration.
Varying plumes of smoke from the firework display, particularly that caught below the inversion area, may have mixed with the fog and therefore I cannot rule out the possibility that they drifted under the inversion to the motorway and may have added to the intensity of the obscuration.
Signs of acute infarction include obscuration of normal brain structures, such as the insular ribbon (2) and lentiform nucleus, (3) hyperdense artery, (4) or in less acute cases, parenchymal hypodensity and mass effect (Figure 1).
Light obscuration (LO) instruments measure the attenuation of a light beam caused by the combined light scattering and absorption of a particle.
Part I of the method outlines the light obscuration method to test for particles in the >10 pm and >25 pm size ranges.