double circulation


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double circulation

the type of circulation found in mammals and birds where the pulmonary and systemic circulations are completely separate. see BLOOD CIRCULATORY SYSTEM.
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There were a number of still and working models on display such as Double Circulation, Hydraulic Lift, Ecophonics, Solar system, Smart City, Journey of Food, Art and Culture of various states of India, Evolution of Computers, etc.
If the tumour is amelanotic, blood vessels are visible through it and the classical double circulation described with fluorescein angiography may be seen (Figure 6).
And since he managed, with a little help from his boss, Lord Beaverbrook, to double circulation to four million, it's fair to say that there was some method to Christianson's madness.
After this period of double circulation, enterprises and citizens would be able to continue exchanging national notes and coins for euros at no additional cost.
"Wouldn't it be better perhaps to return, temporarily, at least to a system of double circulation" of the euro and the lira, Maroni said.
Cruey, 53, director of circulation and gave him a mandate to double circulation.
it is planned a double circulation: a way for the trucks of exploitation and a second different for the vehicles of the users.