At issue in this appeal was the commissioner's denial of a property tax exemption for sedimentation
and erosion controls used during construction of two crude oil pipelines in Minnesota and included in the cost of construction of the pipelines for regulatory purposes.
Hematological analysis of blood of Rita rita, showed significant differences between total erythrocytes count, hemoglobin concentration and erythrocyte sedimentation
rate of the two sexes.
was recorded at 8mm per year which used to increase soil surface and block sea intrusion; it had now dropped to as low as 1mm a year while the level of sea intrusion was 1.1m a year.
Further the samples were processed by sedimentation
method and faecal flotation methods as per the guidelines of Sloss et al.
This coarse particle size leads to a higher sedimentation
property and poorer stability for iron tailings backfill materials .
We found that the very slow QD sedimentation
in a solvent enlarged each single crystalline area in the polycrystalline structure .
For this purpose sedimentation
and coagulation were applied.
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Intravenous immunoglobulin, administered to treat various immune-mediated diseases (1, 2), increases the erythrocyte sedimentation
rate by generating red cell stacks known as "rouleaux" (1-4).
To consider and evaluate stability of nanoparticles inside the base fluid, sedimentation
velocity calculation of small spherical particles is found by using Stokes law.