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per·fo·rat·ed

(per'fō-rāt'ed),
Pierced with one or more holes.
[L. perforatus, fr. per-foro, pp. -atus, to bore through]

per·fo·rat·ed

(pĕr'fŏr-āt-ĕd)
Pierced with one or more holes.
[L. perforatus, fr. per-foro, pp. -atus, to bore through]
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Potential licensees in the medical products packaging industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize the Individual Perforated Medicine Packaging on a worldwide basis.
Exposure was more strongly associated with perforated appendicitis, with ORs increasing as the period of exposure increased from 3 to 7 days (3-day OR = 1.
A post-mortem examination confirmed death was due to a perforated bowel.
Furthermore, it will also not be reliable for evaluating perforated panel's luminous characteristics with absolute values only.
With both units operating, the data show that the perforated tile located directly next to an operational CRAC unit will experience reversed flow.
The team retrospectively reviewed charts of 41 patients found to have a gangrenous/perforated appendix at surgery and 116 patients admitted for suspected acute appendicitis who were not found to have a perforated or gangrenous appendix.
Fully perforated front and rear doors work with low heat loads, but simply adding fans is not the answer for increased loads.
KitBin containers are fabricated from heavy-duty, lightweight HDPE structural foam, and they are available in perforated and non-perforated versions.
Surgeons were unable to save the stallion, who was found to have suffered a perforated duodenum.
The dual goals of reducing CNC punch press tool setup time and shortening product deliveries motivated Diamond Perforated Metals Inc to find a new tooling system.
This week the Department of Public Works has offered to drill 3-inch borings in curbs that front homes where residents have installed a perforated drainage pipe.
A thin, perforated silver film deposited on quartz, however, can be remarkably transparent, even when the openings are considerably narrower than the light's wavelength.