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e·vap·o·rate

(ē-vap'ŏ-rāt),
To cause or undergo evaporation.
Synonym(s): volatilize

evaporate

e·vap·o·rate

(ē-vap'ŏr-āt)
To cause or undergo evaporation.

evaporation

(i-vap″ŏ-rā′shŏn) [L. evaporare, to disperse in steam]
1. Change from liquid to vapor.
2. Loss in volume due to conversion of a liquid into a vapor.
evaporate (i-vap′ŏ-rāt″) evaporative (i-vap′ŏ-rāt″iv)
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The study, conducted between October 1999 and February 2004, by Kimford Meador at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, covered 305 pregnant women who had been using either evaporate, carbamazepine, lamotrigine, or phenytoin.
Answers: 1) moisture; 2) humid; 3) vegetation; 4) arid, humid; 5) desert; 6) evaporate
Uncover and cook over medium-high to high heat, stirring often, until juices evaporate, turn dark brown, and either stick to pan or mostly on meat (when using a nonstick pan).
The water is poured from the top, it goes through a filter made of some unwanted firewood, therefore the entire process through the water, it automatically evaporates the water, therefore it does not contaminate nor the usage of the firewood," Shanmugam added.
The water causes more chemicals to evaporate into the air and travel to our noses.
If a colony is small, few ants wander around and they are unlikely to happen upon a trail before the pheromones evaporate.
To address this issue, a master calibration sample was created by depositing a known mass of hydrocarbon molecules in a dilute solution on magnetic hard disk surfaces and allowing the solvent to evaporate slowly.
Francital, a French textiler, says its cloth allows perspiration to move outward and evaporate harmlessly.
Heat from the Sun causes water to evaporate from oceans, rivers, lakes, and other water sources.
Now, experiments on miniature, laboratory versions of such spikes suggest that those remarkable pillars start to form when strong sunlight, bitter cold, and snow-surface irregularities conspire to cause snow to evaporate first from low spots.
As you go into the summer there is less snow, so there is less soil moisture and less water to evaporate.