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qui·es·cent

(kwī-es'ĕnt),
At rest or inactive.

quiescent

(kwē-ĕs′ənt, kwī-)
adj.
1. Quiet, still, or inactive.
2. Medicine Asymptomatic: a quiescent infection.

qui·es′cence n.
qui·es′cent·ly adv.

qui·es·cent

(kwī-es'ĕnt)
At rest or inactive. Used to describe a disorder or conditions.
Compare: latent, dormant

quiescent

Of a disease, inactive or dormant.
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Ideally, feed should be discharged quiescently into the zone where the pulp is nearly of the same density as the feed slurry.
If Gutman's passion to prove that working people did not quiescently accept a subordinate place in nineteenth-century America motivated his choice of subject matter and the questions he asked of it, he was too good a historian to play tricks with his evidence.
The skills and practices required to design a gating system that will quiescently fill a nobake mold for an aerospace component that must pass x-ray inspection are the focus rather than the number of molds or castings produced per hour.
When the melt is cooled quiescently, the crystallization temperature is 226[degrees]C, as defined by the beginning of the exothermic crystallization peak measured by DSC.
The bottom-filled molds without the filter represented an intermediate case in which the test-bars filled more quiescently than the top-filled molds, although some entrainment was caused by a rolling back wave in the runner bar.