Drivers in North Scotland are the most likely to break down
because they cover the most miles a year, averaging 12,412 miles.
For example, if a restaurant's refrigeration units break down
, this policy typically covers repair of the unit and replaces spoiled food.
Facility Services: Break down
all costs associated with support of the customer/users (project management, space planning, conference room setups, tenant construction, move/add/change, etc.
CYP3A proteins break down
50% of clinical drugs, and CYP3A5 is the most common of the proteins, normally representing as much as half of all CYP3A enzymes, Schuetz says.
That noted, Break Down
in reality exuded a faint carnival atmosphere, and its location--the ground floor of a vacant Oxford Street store--was a huge coup de theatre (traces of the previous tenant, the now-defunct clothing chain C&A, were still evident).
Occupying or running off the DB is as good as a block, but if the DB takes a bucket step or drop step, the WR must realize that the DB has read run and the WR must break down
This is not to say that they break down
slowly in any absolute sense-it takes just under a billionth of a second-but if they broke down by way of the strong reaction, it would only take a billionth of a billionth of a second.
Monitor Your Computer's Health - Don't wait for your computer to break down
because you'll risk losing your data.
Fortunately, some organisms make compounds called enzymes that can digest, or break down
Today, microbial fuel cells are being explored primarily as a power source for remote sensors and for wastewater treatment, in which the bacteria that break down
sewage generate sufficient electricity to run the treatment plant.
2] is also a potent photocatalyst that can break down
almost any organic compound, and a number of companies are seeking to capitalize on Ti[O.
By the time his installation art project called Break Down
is finished all he will have left will be his cat Rats and girlfriend, Turner Prize-winner Gillian Wearing.