refeed

refeed

(riːˈfiːd)
vb (tr)
to feed again
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Multi award winning technology separates hygiene QC reject streams back into their raw material components - Pulp 8 SAP for refeed & plastic for resell.
"They are the ones that are going to refeed and repopulate an altered reef into the future," Hughes said, adding that one way to maintain their health was through improving water quality by reducing coastal pollution.
Future studies should examine whether cytokine levels return to baseline following a refeed and, if not, how long a reduction in basal cytokine expression persists and if fasting has similar anti-inflammatory effects under states of chronic inflammation, such as obesity.
Michael J & Ada M McClory Family Trust, 11691 Hill Crest Rd, Mapleton; Refeed Barn, Shed And Well House.
If a voter's ballot is rejected by the VCM during scanning, the Board of Election Inspectors (BEI) shall allow the voter to refeed the ballot four times in four different orientations.
This explains why a small amount of refeed or other polymer shapes can increase the specific output.
(57) Weak- and recovery prisoner teams were evidently reserved for the temporarily incapacitated and, on paper at least, were intended to refeed prisoners most readily recoverable for heavy labor duty.
When you try to make the refeed task you can find all the patients which are coming to the clinic you can get that reefed positive." Doctor Anthon Ring Benjamin says.
"The focus is just on having the parent refeed the child." Therapists lay out healthy meals and portion sizes for teens, bolster parents' self-confidence and hammer home the dangers of not eating.
The easiest way of recovering these materials is to shred them to chips and refeed them into the process together with the new material, but as easy as that is, it can lead to process difficulties such as inconsistent feeding performance of the production extruder, air inclusions in the melt that lead to defects of the finished products and no way of removing process materials like printing inks.