iron line

iron line

deposition of iron in the corneal epithelium.

iron line

(ī'ŏrn līn)
Deposition of iron in the corneal epithelium
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accidentally crossed that invisible iron line and ended up in the middle of an East German border patrol camp
One of the most important tools for astronomers studying AGN is an X-ray feature known as the broad iron line, now regarded as the signature of a rotating black hole.
It was Scottish owned and produced railway equipment such as steel lines, cast iron line chairs, steel sleepers, nuts, bolts, and dog spikes and Bailey Bridge parts.
Combine it with a Lodge Grill Pan - either from the Lodge Color, Porcelain Enamel on Cast Iron line of cookware, or the Lodge Logic, the company's pre-seasoned line - to whip up a perfect grilled cheese sandwich.
Engineers located an abandoned cast iron line and used it to go through the foundation.
Caption: Imusa Made of lightweight cast iron, the Copper Light Cast Iron line includes two saute pans (9.
was taken in the light of an iron line at 3860 angstroms with the 4-meter reflector atop Kitt Peak.
Miller added that cast iron laterals probably present the lowest risk for a potential crossbore because a competent drill operator should be able to recognize when a cast iron line has been hit, unlike clay or plastic pipes.
If there's one word that would describe this plant, it would be efficiency," said Mick Wennesberg, Tell City plant manager, noting that the gray iron line was built to be a high-volume producer of rotors and drums.
First, the heavily tuberculated cast iron line lies under a river bed, and digging in the river is very costly.