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circulator

Pathology
A person who assists in a post-mortem examination by documenting information, taking photographs, answering the phone, etc., but isn’t involved in physical examination of the body.
 
Surgery
A nonsterile member of a surgical team, who assesses the patient's condition before, during, and after the surgical operation and plans the intraoperative care plan, which is evaluated on an ongoing basis to provide the optimal outcome for the patient.
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The total maximum pressure drop for the central circulator is:
British Energy added that its Heysham 2 plant near Blackpool had gas circulators of a similar design to Torness, but the plant continued to operate safely.
Description of the design of practical classic circulator arrangements
Manufactured with durable components, the new IMS Hydra Water Cooled Circulator uses stainless steel for the majority of its build, including the one horsepower pump and 14 gallon tank.
We've been receiving requests from all around the world since we began and so we are incredibly excited to offer the Anova Immersion Circulator to our international customers," said Jeff Wu, Anova's Sr.
That means they cannot be identified or prosecuted for fraud because signatures can't be traced to particular circulator.
Circulators like Goodnough compete for prime locations where foot traffic is heavy or where the area hasn't been overworked for signatures.
Inlet and outlet pipes at the rear of the circulator can be used for external circulation or terminated for circulation only within the bath itself.