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stag·gers

(stag'ĕrz),
A form of decompression sickness in which vertigo, mental confusion, and muscular weakness are the chief symptoms.

staggers

/stag·gers/ (stag´erz) a form of vertigo occurring in decompression sickness.

stag·gers

(stag'ĕrz)
A form of decompression sickness in which vertigo, mental confusion, and muscular weakness are the chief symptoms.

staggers

incoordination of any kind, including a tendency to fall, and recumbency if harassed.

blind staggers
incoordination, aimless wandering as in liver encephalopathy, carbohydrate engorgement.
grass staggers
paspalum staggers
ryegrass staggers
see ryegrass staggers.
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Productivity growth in railroads since the Staggers Act has greatly outpaced the performance of the U.
Regulatory backstop | The unique feature of the Staggers Act is its liberalization of the market while retaining a "regulatory backstop" to protect captive customers.
We are optimistic that the market flexibility established by the Staggers Act will allow the railroad industry to adapt to surprises, whether they are pleasant or unpleasant.
railroad industry during the 30 years since the Staggers Act was signed is a story of enormous success.
Where Yield is the length of the dye trace after six revolutions, which is a symbol to quantify the amount of mixing; S is in the range of 0% to 50% twin-screw stagger offset with each other; P is in the range of 20% to 90% of percentage of channels filled;
For example, if the screw stagger is 50% and the percentage of channels filled is 40%, the predicted length of the dye trace is:
A stagger of 50% and a larger percent fill appear to be the combination for the best mixing.