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ir·ri·ga·tor

(ir'i-gā'tŏr),
An appliance used in irrigation.

irrigator

[ir′igā′tər]
an apparatus with a flexible tube for flushing or washing out a body cavity.

ir·ri·ga·tor

(ir'i-gā'tŏr)
Device usually consisting of a reservoir with a flexible delivery tube that uses pressure to flush an area.

irrigator,

n dental tool used to force liquid through a given area for irrigation; features a soft tube that draws liquid from a contained source. See also irrigation.
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The model calculates an effective cutoff time using volume balance principles in an irrigated check, allowing an irrigator to define the desired amount of runoff.
He added: "We're hoping to get the irrigator repaired today and plan to put down two cycles of 8mm of water before the meeting.
Irrigators have also gained traction because of the growing knowledge of irrigation's benefits to oral health.
Trelease--who, like Wiel, (52) was the preeminent water law scholar of his era (53)--cataloged the methods that various western states were using to give an irrigator receiving water from a supply corporation "some form of a state water right, a property right independent of and superior to the contract right he had from the company.
One of the objectives of this research is to improve the growers' ability to make such investment decisions and to provide them with decision aids like Irrigator Pro to better manage irrigation based on economics and not simply yields.
Impacts on crop profitability are measured by the percentage change in profit per acre-foot of water for a CVP irrigator (column 3) and for the average irrigator (column 4).
To transmit this message to the irrigator, the data logger was interfaced with a GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) or EDGE (Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution) digital cellular modem (Raven 110; Campbell Scientific).
The NasoNeb[TM] Powered Nasal Irrigator from Medlnvent, LLC, available without a prescription, is designed to replicate the spray pattern of atomizers or spray bottles commonly used before nasal endoscopy is performed.
Trees need periodic deep watering to get them through the dry season, If they're not being watered deeply with drip irrigation, use a deep-root irrigator (about $30) to get water down to the roots.
Thirsk chairman Edward York, speaking yesterday at the annual press and sponsors' lunch, said the course had acquired a boom-operated Briggs Irrigator.