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aerated

(ar′āt″ĕd) [Gr. aēr, air]
Containing air or gas.
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In 2004, he was appointed to manage Xella's business in Russia and the construction of the first aerated concrete plant in the country, a 30 million euro investment.
Newer technology enables the caregiver to measure aerated FRC effortlessly and repeatedly at the bedside by tracking gas composition responses to small, automated variations in the inspired oxygen fraction.
I know the turf would be healthier (if Blissful aerated in spring and late summer), but I can't argue with the conditions we have right now.
On the other hand selling expenses which only account for the business of aerated concrete, rose by 28% to KD0.
New features of the range include small pieces of aerated chocolate and two-colour chocolate drops as a refinement to ice cream, frozen gateaux or breakfast cereals.
Hypersinus refers to a large aerated sinus that does not extend past the realm of normal.
The Aerated Showerhead is expected to sell for around $20 and will be easy for anyone to install.
Aerated autoclaved concrete block units with reinforcing steel exterior stucco.
Speedy composting depends on keeping the pile moist and aerated since decomposing bacteria require moisture and oxygen to thrive.
The aerated concrete block construction system, selected for its economy, can be Cut to create facade elements; but instead of pilasters or plinths, the designers employed the material in an abstract way, creating areas of horizontal ribs.
From aerated piles to bins of worms, the benefits are clear.
Once aerated and raked your lawn is ready for a feed.