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Any marked ↑ in flow of a substance above a relatively constant baseline Reproductive physiology An abrupt ↑ in LH secretion Background LHRL–luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone is normally secreted in episodic bursts, resulting in cyclical peaks of LH; LHRH bursts are ↑ by estrogens and ↓ by progesterone and testosterone and ↑ in frequency until the end of the follicular phase, at which time a surge of LH signals the onset of endometrial secretion, in preparation for a fertilized egg
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The Surge 360 has helped Melendez train at maximum intensity while he also recovers from a shoulder injury sustained last fall.
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Whether it's during or after a storm or power outage, the best way to avoid surge damage is to unplug equipment and turn switches off.
Series GDT surge arrestors include industrial communications, sensitive space limited systems, and end-use telecommunications equipment.
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These systems detect when a process compression stage is approaching to surge and subsequently take action to reverse the movement of the operating point towards the surge line (SL).
UPS and surge suppressors offer safeguards against catastrophic events such as burned-out motherboards, and keep computers operating at least long enough to prevent data loss.
Since 1963, more than 600 million cubic feet of sand have been dumped on Bar Beach to check the ocean surge.
As part of the new series of "NIST Recommended Practices Guides," a 20-page booklet has been developed for the general public on how to protect residential appliances and consumer electronics against power surges.
Military families are not the only ones moving during this surge.