physi-


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physi(o)-

 
word element [Gr.], nature; physiology; physical.

physio-

, physi-
1. Physical, physiological.
2. Natural, relating to physics.
[G. physis, nature]

physi-

See physio-.

physio-

, physi-
Combining forms meaning physical, physiologic; natural, relating to physics.
[G. physis, nature]
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It's fair to say that this is one of the grand intellectual challenges-not just in the earth sciences, but, I think, in all of the physi- cal sciences," says Raymond Jeanloz, a geophysicist at the University of California, Berkeley.
and Government of Balochistan Progress by MCC Towards Financial Physi- Construction of Mine, (%) cal (%) Remarks Concentrator Smelter Facilities: - Mining, -- 91 -- - Concentrator -- 81 -- - Smelter, -- 73 -- - Auxiliary Facilities, -- 90 Most of machinery and equipment has been received.
The men were given PSA tests, and asked to have a routine physi- cal investigation called a digital rectal examination.
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Table 3 - roll covers - required general properties Requirement of roll cover Property of vulcanizate High restoring forces Low compression set High wear resistance Low abrasion loss Minimal change in dimen- Low swelling in ambient sions media Low hardening Good heat and chemical resistance Minimal change in linear Little dependence of physi- pressure cal properties on tempera- ture Good dynamic behavior, Low heat build-up, low loss minimal energy uptake factor tan [Delta], little and dimensional stability flow, high fatigue resistance under pressure Good adhesion to metal or Excellent rubber metal plastic at service tempera- adhesion (bonding system ture must be selected accord- ing to service temperature)