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flo·ta·tion

(flō-tā'shŭn),
A process for separating solids by their tendency to float upon or sink into a liquid.

flo·ta·tion

(flō-tā'shŭn)
A process for separating solids by their tendency to float upon or sink into a liquid.
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The floatation therapy pool experience at Talise Spa begins with a detoxifying mint and lemon juice drink upon arrival, before the spa residents experts conduct a full health consultation and offer breathing and floatation tips to maximise the experience.
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With the departure of two more top executives there is speculation that the Spanish bank may delay its planned share floatation in the UK market.
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The floatation system comprises three interconnected steel pipes 2m in diameter arranged in a triangle.
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Three methods are used to remove inclusions from molten aluminum: sedimentation, floatation and filtration.
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