catalyser


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catalyser

(1) Enzyme. 
(2) Catalyst.
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The mothering of Cuchulain's son then becomes a catalyser for the narrative, moving it forward to the next point, rather than a cardinal unit because the focus of the remainder of the poem is upon the battle between the father and the son and Emer is not mentioned again.
Denoxium products were currently undergoing trials, with both automobile and catalyser manufacturers participating in them.
Even when it has a great thing going, it might now choose to sell it on, as it has done with catalyser Synetix to Johnson Matthey.
L'Union europeenne, en particulier, a le potentiel d'agir en tant que chef de file et de catalyser la reaction des nations arctiques", ajoute-t-elle en insistant pour que "les decideurs prennent les defis en cours tres au serieux et s'attachent a leur trouver des solutions via un processus structure de consultation".
Un caucus de genre comprenant des groupes et des organisations de femmes africaines dans le domaine des TIC a aussi ete institue pour catalyser les droits des femmes et s'organiser en vue du Sommet Mondial de la Societe de l'Information.
WHO says its contribution was in "its energy and prestige as a catalyser of global efforts bringing together scientists, governments, health workers, and ordinary citizens," and that "technical difficulties...were overcome through prompt WHO-coordinated research." The group also stressed the importance of "its neutrality and independence of national rivalries and suspicions."
This diesel is also so clean on the emission front it does not require a catalyser while it will return fuel consumption figures of around 30mpg.
The Government is preparing plans to offer a pounds 500 cut in commercial-vehicle excise duty if a catalyser to trap particulates be fitted.
Halfords garage servicing operation warns: "Poor starting and constant cranking leaves unburned fuel in the catalyser, which can cause damage.