(n.) To lay down; to place; to put; to let fall or throw down (as sediment); as, a crocodile deposits her eggs in the sand; the waters deposited a rich alluvium.
(n.) To lay up or away for safe keeping; to put up; to store; as, to deposit goods in a warehouse.
(n.) To lodge in some one's hands for safe keeping; to commit to the custody of another; to intrust; esp., to place in a bank, as a sum of money subject to order.
(n.) To lay aside; to rid one's self of.
(v. t.) That which is deposited, or laid or thrown down; as, a deposit in a flue; especially, matter precipitated from a solution (as the siliceous deposits of hot springs), or that which is mechanically deposited (as the mud, gravel, etc., deposits of a river).
(v. t.) A natural occurrence of a useful mineral under the conditions to invite exploitation.
(v. t.) That which is placed anywhere, or in any one's hands, for safe keeping; something intrusted to the care of another; esp., money lodged with a bank or banker, subject to order; anything given as pledge or security.
(v. t.) A bailment of money or goods to be kept gratuitously for the bailor.
(v. t.) Money lodged with a party as earnest or security for the performance of a duty assumed by the person depositing.
(v. t.) A place of deposit; a depository.
(1) The Cavitron Ultrasonic Surgical Aspirator (CUSA) is a dissecting system that removes tissue by vibration, irrigation and suction; fluid and particulate matter from tumors are aspirated and subsquently deposited in a canister.
(2) Also we found that the lipid deposition in the glomeruli of patients with Alagille syndrome is related to an abnormal lipid metabolism, which is the consequence of severe cholestasis.
(3) With the exception of PMMA and PTFE, all plastics leave a very heavy tar- and soot deposit after burning.
(4) From these results, it was suggested that the inhibitory effect of Cd on in vitro calcification of MC3T3-E1 cells may be due to both a depression of cell-mediated calcification and a decrease in physiochemical mineral deposition.
(5) The kidney disease was characterized by diffuse beaded deposition of rat gammaglobulin along the glomerular capillaries and proteinuria.
(6) In 60 rhesus monkeys with experimental renovascular malignant arterial hypertension (25 one-kidney and 35 two-kidney model animals), we studied the so-called 'hard exudates' or white retinal deposits in detail (by ophthalmoscopy, and stereoscopic color fundus photography and fluorescein fundus angiography, on long-term follow-up).
(7) A comprehensive review of the roentgenographic features of calcium pyrophosphate crystal deposition disease (pseudogout) is presented.
(8) We conclude that heparin plus AT III partially prevents the endotoxin-induced generation of PAI activity which seems to correlate with the reduced presence of fibrin deposits in kidneys and with a reduced mortality.
(9) These results suggest that glomerular IgA are IgA polymers and decreased hepatic clearance of hepatic IgA polymers may be responsible for the glomerular deposition of IgA.
(10) The organisms were predominantly associated with host deposits of erythrocytes, phagocytes, platelets, and fibrinous-appearing material, which collectively appeared on the valve surface in response to trauma.
(11) Our results also showed a good correlation between the importance of deposits and the presence of denatured DNA-anti-denatured-DNA circulating complexes.
(12) It is not known whether the deposits are primary or secondary events, but they may be of importance in initiating or maintaining derangement in heart function.
(13) The aim of the trial was to determine the effectiveness of aspirin in preventing cardiovascular problems in people with asymptomatic atherosclerosis – the undetected build-up of waxy plaque deposits on the inside of blood vessels.
(14) The hypothesis was tested that plaque, as a complex soil comprising microorganisms, cell debris, salivary deposits and other ill-defined organic and inorganic components, would be susceptible to removal by a rinse with high detersive action.
(15) The monoclonal antibody K2F6 fails to react with water-soluble proteins from fat body and hemolymph taken during the deposition of the 20-kDa antigen.
(16) Alveolar deposition, however, assessed in terms of particle retention at 24 hours, was significantly (p less than 0.01) less in the smokers.
(17) The blockage of the tubular system by the calcium oxalate deposits leads to a temporary reversible increase in serum urea and serum creatinine.
(18) In the six cases of aortic aneurysm, three had platelet deposition within their aneurysms, and surgery was performed for these positive cases, but one of them had no thrombus.
(19) Initial deposition was about 1,200 Bq (32 nCi) for 239PuO2, 4,200 Bq (115 nCi) for 244Cm, and 2,400 Bq (65 nCi) total alpha for the mixed oxide.
(20) From the morphological observations there seems to be no correlation between amyloid deposits and the development of osteoarthrosis.
(v. t. & i.) To charge or accuse in return.
(v. t. & i.) To attack again; to attack anew.
(1) In tests on 13 cells pacing at a 200 mua drain without recharging, the simulated mean duration of pacing before total discharge was 4.8 years.
(2) Fifteen successive doses of T-2 ranging from 1 to 50 ng are then repetitively and linearly detected using a column packed with a small volume (0.2 ml) of this gel without recharging with Fab'-fluorescein.
(3) Flirtey is yet to receive regulatory approval from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (Casa) – it first contacted the regulatory body on Thursday – and the drones can fly only 3km before needing to recharge, but the company is confident improvements in the technology will increase its reach.
(4) The Leaf hopes to change the eccentric image of electric cars, which have been dogged by safety fears and a lack of recharging points.
(5) These aquifers are being recharged from the surrounding plains and hills, an area of 21,000 sq km, The study indicates it is being replenished at a rate of 1.2 billion cubic metres a year – more than enough to supply the entire county.
(6) Typical lithium-ion batteries used in everything from smartphones and laptops to electric cars last around 1,000 recharge cycles.
(7) Moreover, this elution procedure made it possible to use the IMAC columns for repeated runs without the need for regeneration and recharging of the columns with fresh metal ions after each use.
(8) A simple method for short-term recharge of SV40-immortalized marrow stromal cell (MSC) lines based on their specific interaction with the appropriate haemopoietic cells is described.
(9) The condenser theory, according to which the positive heat represents the dissipation of electrical energy stored in the membrane capacity, while the negative heat results from the recharging of the capacity, appears unable to account for more than half of the observed temperature changes.18.
(10) The Volt, which will start production late next year, could be capable of travelling up to 40 miles (64km) on a single charge before its small petrol engine kicks in to power the car and recharge the battery.
(11) "We already know that any rainfall that we receive in the summer won't contribute to our natural recharge," said Veolia Water, which covers regions around London and in Kent .
(12) Their “biobattery”, which releases energy from sugar instead of chemicals such as lithium, used in batteries found in today's electronic gadgets, could replace conventional disposable or rechargeable batteries – and is cheaper, refillable, biodegradable and more environmentally friendly.
(13) InsP3 as the rigger of Ca2+ release is continuously supplied while an elevated basal [Ca2+]i level due to Ca2+ influx provides a favourable condition for IICR and CICR as well as for recharging the Ca2+ pools ready to release Ca2+ again.
(14) For those who like verisimilitude in their faux fags there are disposables – the hefty but effective Ten Motives or the petite, feminine NJOY – and rechargeable kits complete with USB chargers and cartridges from the likes of E-Lites, Halo and Skycig.
(15) In contrast, recharging tRNALeu in vivo in tsH1 cells at 39.5 degrees C by treatment with a low concentration of cycloheximide failed to reverse the inhibition of eIF-2 function.
(16) During a cumulative follow-up period of 895 patient months there was no instance of failure of either the pulse generator or of the recharging circuit.
(17) The wearable unit consists of a combined blood and dialysate pump (1.2 kg), rechargeable batteries, tubing, Dow dialyser and charcoal regeneration module with a total weight of 3.5kg.
(18) Tell us below the line or by tweeting to @BenjiLanyado , #TwiTrips , @GuardianTravel 11.58pm BST Consuming substances Recharging batteries – both literally and figuratively – on Well St, Lincoln Park.
(19) An automatic charger for the testing of a wide range of nickel cadmium and lead acid rechargeable batteries is described.
(20) It has been demonstrated unequivocally that a rechargeable mercury-zinc pacemaker will function continuously for more than 4 years without recharging and that periodic recharging will extend pacing life far beyond that predicted for lithium and nuclear primary power sources.