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deplete

[də·plēt′]
Etymology: L, deplere, to empty
to empty or unload or to cause depletion.

deplete

(dē-plēt′) [L. depletus, emptied]
To empty; to produce depletion.
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Use is being outlawed since 1,1,1 trichloroethane is an ozone depleter.
Check their hospital records to confirm medications, and be cautious about diagnosing PD--especially if patients have taken antipsychotics, metoclopramide, or dopamine depleters such as reserpine, because the PD symptoms might resolve with time.
These include SSRIs, dopamine depleters, bupropion, phenelzine, lithium, valproate, some cardiac drugs (amiodarone, captopril, verapamil, diltiazem, amlodipine, manidipine, methyldopa), and estrogens.
While Karen are generally seen as submissive, backward, ecological and benign, Hmong are placed at the other end of the scale as aggressive depleters of resources.
NETTOGAZ Greenclean offers an effective flushing and cleaning replacement for the prohibited ozone depleters, R11 and R-141B, in new and existing refrigeration systems.
I thought you'd like to see some of the other vitamin and mineral depleters that many of us come in contact with every day.
dioxins, cancer or other wood combustion, benzene, arsenic, serious health chemical plants, beryllium, mercury, effects, such as oil refineries, vinyl chloride) birth defects or aerospace, reproductive manufactures, dry effects cleaners Ecosystem damage (particularly freshwater fish) Stratospheric ozone Skin cancer Fossil fuel, depleters (e.
Group Breeders" had premonitions early on in life to safeguard their fertility, whereas those who did not have premonitions until later in life were "Group Depleters.
Predictably, the multinational chemical companies who produced CFCs successfully blocked all attempts to ban the ozone depleters for a decade.
Political scandals are not only potential reputation depleters: they are also potential trust depleters in a field where co-operative political action and vibrant democratic government depends on some degree of social trust.