presealed

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presealed

[ˈpriːˈsiːld] ADJprecintado

presealed

adjversiegelt; containers etcplombiert
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Patients were divided in 2 groups (Volume controlled group & pressure controlled group) by using the method of presealed envelope drawn by an independent observer and were subjected to receive either volume controlled ventilation or pressure controlled ventilation.
The cigarettes, mainly but not exclusively Marlboro, used to come in presealed containers from Zouerat in Mauritania to Kidal, where the cargo was off-loaded and split into smaller lots and taken across the border to Algeria on four-by-four pick-up trucks.
The samples (about 8 mg) were presealed in an aluminum pan, heated to 200 [degrees] C, held for 2 min, and then cooled to the desired temperature.
A novel way of creating the decontaminating gas ozone within presealed food packaging to ensure freshness and prolong shelf life, without the need for large equipment or expensive gas storage/ handling facilities
com website and view a video demonstration of what Granite Shield can do verses other sealers or presealed granite and also natural stone, stainless steel, glass, shower doors and concrete.
A hose port card with both clinical ports, ensuring the unused port is conveniently presealed.
It's the first time we've seen an entire civil case presealed when filed.
Scandinavian woodstrip flooring looks wonderful and is presealed for easy cleaning.
It's a prepackaged, presealed, uncontaminated, single-serving communion cup.
Past attempts to fill flat, 12- x 15-inch bags, presealed on three sides, failed because of unacceptably slow line speeds.
Twinskin is a bag within a bag arrangement, the inner and outer bags being presealed together at the neck.