The process of rubbing against each other as they move also erodes sand grains, and the tiny bits that break off contribute to dust, in a process known as communition
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It focused on (a) perception of fairness, (b) scope for growth and development, (c) mentorship and support, (d) communition
tone and gestures, (e) experience of empowerment, (f) feedback mechanism.
Biomechanically, there is a high stress concentration in trochanteric region and high degree of communition
makes reduction and fixation of such fractures a difficulty, which in turn is responsible for the high incidence of complications in the treatment of these fractures.
INTRODUCTION: Tibial pilon fracture--Spectrum of injury ranging from fractures caused by low energy rotational foces to fractures caused high energy axial compression forces due to RTA/fall from height with significant metaphyseal communition
with diaphyseal extension.
Svensson, Microwave assisted communition
and liberation of minerals, Proceedings of the 8th Int.
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The only way such agglomerates can be broken up may be by communition
involving any of ball milling, jaw milling, crushing, or grinding.
Since 1898, Koppern has manufactured roller presses and designed plants for briquetting, compaction, and communition
He then returns a third time to the idea of communition
and begins ticking off a list of "the things about satire," which again lapses into conventionally reductive thinking about satire (NBAC 194).
In addition to excellent magnetic separation and HPGR test work results, communition
tests are within acceptable limits and broadly consistent, with little variability within and between the Boo-Loo and Murphy South areas.