complicant

Related to complicant: complainant, elated

complicant

(ˈkɒmplɪkənt)
adj
(of the elytra of a beetle) overlapping
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Mechanicals Part Number Secondary RMS Secondary Length Width Rating Fuse Required CL2-25-12 12V @ 2.10A 2.5A * 2.81 (71.4) 2.14 (54.4) CL2-25-24 24V @ 1.05A 1.5A * 2.81 (71.4) 2.14 (54.4) CL2-40-12 12V @ 3.33A 4.0A * 3.12 (79.4) 2.14 (54.4) CL2-40-24 24V @ 1.66A 2.0A * 3.12 (79.4) 2.14 (54.4) CL2-80-24 24V @ 3.33A 3.5A * 2.50 (63.5) 2.53 (64.3) Mechanicals Part Number Height RoHS Complicant Weight CL2-25-12 2.31 (58.7) Yes 1.25 (0.57) CL2-25-24 2.31 (58.7) Yes 1.25 (0.57) CL2-40-12 2.68 (68.2) Yes 1.6 (0.73) CL2-40-24 2.68 (68.2) Yes 1.6 (0.73) CL2-80-24 3.00 (76.2) Yes 2.8 (1.27) Modification to standard parts and custom design available on request.
Living wills; patient care planning; patient education; patient complicant. (J Fam Pract 1993; 37:363-368)
The responses did not indicate whether this is because practitioners have "thrown in the towel" on trying to keep their clients complicant or simply reflects client preference.