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Taking care of the other blockages cut in half a person's combined risk of either death from heart disease, a repeat heart attack, or a need to return and have another clogged artery reopened due to chest pain or other symptoms, the findings showed.
But he swears he no longer smells what he calls the "continental fragrance" that emanates from blockages.
(d) accepting that hydraulic blockage of a waterway in an open channel is impossible to measure in the field because it is the difference in discharge or head between two mutually exclusive conditions: the blocked and unblocked.
This may cause blockage of an artery in one of her lungs.
With an established track record of resolving a multitude of blockages comprised of hydrates, scale, paraffin, and asphaltenes, the eelReel Tool is a solution for remediation of pipeline blockages and production restoration.
Given the blockages of Macedonian railways and of Evzoni cross border, domestic businessman suffered massive damages.
Point-level monitoring is the most commonly used technology for avoiding blockages. A point-level system indicates the blockage and sends a notification signal to a predetermined location, most commonly a control room.
Put a hosepipe in the top of the downpipe and turn it on fully - the flow of water through the hole should dislodge the blockage.
The performance of the rotor in terms of the speed was tested in the absence of any downstream blockage. Initially, the wind at constant speed of 1 m/s was introduced by rotating the direction of wind source.
The amendments and additions foresee sanctions for unlawful blockage of roads.
ATurkish courtupheld an appeal on Wednesday to end a blockage of Twitterwhich has provoked public outrage, local media said, though it was not immediately clear whether that meant the bar would be removed.