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run·off

(rŭn'awf),
Delayed part of the angiographic examination of a vascular bed, to show small artery patency.
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The WSA is generally expecting below normal snowmelt runoff in the far north, near normal snowmelt runoff over central areas of the province, and below normal snowmelt runoff over much of southern Saskatchewan.
Columbia Engineering researchers have demonstrated for the first time that runoff extremes have been dramatically increasing in response to climate and human-induced changes.
* In the Second Circuit, Group 12, David Frank, with 47.8 percent and Lisa Barclay Fountain, with 26.4 percent, will meet in the runoff. D.
The runoff pits Republican Pete Flores against Democrat Pete Gallego.
Candlenut-and cocoa-based agroforestry system aged 10 was more effective to manage surface runoff and erosion rate.
These replacements have profound environmental impacts, such as forest degradation, agricultural lands loss, air, soil and water contamination, increased water use and runoff, and reduced biodiversity [10-13].
The widely accepted empirical method to estimate runoff for an ungauged watershed is Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) model, formerly known as Soil Conservation Service (SCS) model, which is based on water balance equation developed by United States Department of Agriculture [6].
In a number of requests made in the Bill of Information filed Thursday morning, 14 December, the UP asks the Supreme Court to stay the runoff, rule that NEC lacks authority to set December 26 as new date for runoff election; and order that for the purpose of the runoff election the FRR given by the NEC to political parties in September 2017 shall be considered as a "Provisional Voters Roll" which shall be cleaned, sanitized and published in the manner dictated by the Court.
In the past 50 years, the process of runoff and sediment has experienced a great change with comprehensive exploitation and utilization of water resources in China [5].
The SCS-CN method is preferred to calculate the direct runoff due to its flexibility, simplicity and versatility (Melesse, Shih 2002; Gaudin et al.
ASABE member Dinku Endale, an agricultural engineer with the USDA-ARS, and his colleagues ASABE member David Bosch, Thomas Potter, and Timothy Strickland compared surface runoff and sediment losses from two common tillage systems between 2000 and 2009, including years with severe drought and heavy rainfall.