Siphonage


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Si´phon`age


n.1.The action of a siphon.
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Butyl sealant has a perfect tolerance on structure strains resulting from tough weather such as strong winds, floods and storms, which often account for natural siphonage, i.
Mais sur ses themes de predilection - lutte contre l'immigration et l'insecurite - elle doit compter avec la concurrence de Nicolas Sarkozy, qui a adopte pour cette election la meme strategie de siphonage des voix d'extreme-droite qui lui avait reussi en 2007.
Thus, students often have a difficult time predicting conditions that will result in, or prevent, drinking water hazards from back siphonage or back pressure.