noncirculating

noncirculating

(nɒnˈsɜːkjʊˌleɪtɪŋ)
adj
not circulatingrelating to library materials that cannot be checked out of a library
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These funds were very welcome to both Korda and Ball, who wrote to Grawemeyer saying that he had "given renewed life to a lot of people with your composition award, and this latest gift will certainly bring renewed activity to the Music Library." (13) In March 1986, Korda began making plans to expand an existing wire mesh enclosure on the third floor of the library that housed its noncirculating materials and collected editions, and a month later, according to meeting minutes, Korda and the School of Music Library Committee discussed how else to utilize the funds.
Caption: FIGURE 3: A cerebral vein completely obliterated by normally noncirculating bone marrow components (promyelocytes and myelocytes) (H &E, *40).
After 2% lidocaine was infiltrated into the incision, the hearts were rapidly excised and placed into ice-cold phosphate buffer solution, mounted on a modified noncirculating Langendorff apparatus.
Our noncirculating reference book collection, which covers a whole wall of room 430D, is available for in-office use during our open hours.
Briefly, the rat was sacrificed after anesthesia and the heart was mounted on a glass needle and perfused retrogradely with a noncirculating Langendorff apparatus (Radnoti Glass Technology Inc., USA) through the ascending aorta with KH buffer at constant pressure (i.e., 90 cm [H.sub.2]O).
The SHZH05 strain is considered to be a noncirculating CVA16 strain because it shares the same recombination pattern and forms a close cluster with the CVA16 circulating CC strains, but is not closely related to the prototype CVA16 G10 (10,12).
For instance, the Toronto Reference Library has converted all its noncirculating items to RFID for better inventory control.
Another interesting method of indirectly comparing the thickness of the glycocalyx is comparing the difference between a noncirculating intravascular volume and a circulating volume using a glycocalyx permeable versus a glycocalyx impermeable tracer [5, 6,71, 72].
However, the reduction of cost occurred mainly because of nonrecurring accruals, such as profit from selling noncirculating assets.
Each treatment had 4 replicates using independent aquaria containing 6 scallops, each in 50 L unfiltered seawater (salinity, 30; temperature, 15[degrees]C) with constant aeration (noncirculating flow system).
Through two enchanting courtyards lies a comfortable second-floor space that will grant you access to German lesbian newspapers circa 1920, an extensive movie collection, a general lending library with books of every genre, and a separate research room of noncirculating books, periodicals and other material (spinnboden.de).
(Print copies of these titles are available as noncirculating items in learning resources.