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an abattoir term for large areas of hemorrhage in the form of brush marks or groups of spots, usually evident in muscles and under serous membranes.
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They showed there were 63 reported incidents of motorists driving through a puddle and causing pedestrians to be splashed during a five-year period from January 2009, according to the six police forces with details on splashing.
South Wales Police said there were 38 cases of splashing reported, with victims as young as 10.
They showed there were 63 reported incidents of motorists driving through a puddle and causing pedestrians to be splashed during a fiveyear period from January 2009, according to the six police forces with details on splashing.
While the sight of a droplet striking and splashing off of a solid surface is a common experience, the actual physical ingredients and mechanisms involved in splashing aren't all that well understood.
head immersion with or without splashing, face immersion, or exposure of the upper body) have been associated with RWI outbreaks (Pruss, 1998).
When Catholic churches in our area started adding big fonts and pools for Baptisms, those more abundant waters began reminding me not only of being Catholic but of being Christian, too, joined to those Baptists and Pentecostals who went down to the Little Pigeon River on Easter Sunday to get baptized--often more than once--as well as those stodgier Episcopalian and Presbyterian types, who didn't think splashing was something one ought to do at church.
The experimenters also found that replacing air with lighter gases, such as helium, diminished splashing and that heavier gases, such as krypton, enhanced it.
Splashing, air entrainment and surface turbulence have a strong influence on the formation and severity of defects.
DeRoyal has developed and launched ReliaFlex, a surgical suction liner system that provides 28% more suction flow power than other liners while eliminating regurgitation and splashing.
In ferrous foundries, the greatest splashing risk occurs toward the end of the melt, when a worker adds ferroalloys or introduces tools such as slag rakes or sampling spoons into the melt.