nonfilterable

nonfilterable

(ˌnɒnˈfɪltərəbəl)
adj
incapable of being filtered
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The report makes a number of recommendations, including: | enacting Lord Ramsbotham's Criminal Records Bill to reduce rehabilitation periods under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 | an urgent review of the filtering regime, to consider removing the rule preventing the filtering of multiple convictions; introducing lists of nonfilterable offences customised for particular areas of employment, together with a threshold test for disclosure based on disposal/sentence, and reducing qualifying periods for the filtering of childhood convictions and cautions.
Presence of filterable and nonfilterable mRNA in the plasma of cancer patients and healthy individuals.
Conceivably, the presence of at least some coarse, organic material that is nonfilterable by dreissenids may explain why Diporeia only gradually declined in some areas of the Great Lakes (i.
In 1906, Ashburn and Craig discovered the causative agent of DF as ultramicroscopic and nonfilterable agent (virus) and confirmed that the disease was spread by mosquitoes.
At the municipality, the water is further treated with flocculants, such as aluminum sulfate (alum), to remove nonfilterable suspended particles (colloidal matter); depth filtration to remove filterable solids; chlorination/chloramination for disinfection; and fluoridation (elective) to prevent cavities.
The other type of sampling procedure, compositing, is undertaken by BOD, total suspended solids (TSS), or nonfilterable residue, ammonia-nitrogen, and phosphorus.
Rickettsia: a genus of pleomorphic, rod-shaped, nonfilterable microorganisms that cause various diseases.
They were also analyzed for chloride, total residue, volatile residue, filterable residue, and nonfilterable residue to characterize the waste and help explain how waste composition affects the migration of elements in the soils.