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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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Head explained that there is a "specific, negative effect" on an increased frequency of claims during the surge.
Many modern UPSs do triple duty: They also protect against surges and swings.
The True Surge Smart Strip is a revolutionary new design that boasts several new features to surge protector technology.
The Square D Surgelogic Surgebreaker Plus Whole House Surge is available through Schneider Electric, authorized distributors and retailers.
Schrang of Harvard University, was quoted in the Harvard Gazette, saying the 13-foot surge in New Jersey caused by Hurricane Sandy "will be the new norm on the Eastern seaboard.
The majority of surge-control techniques restrict the operation of the compressor to flow rates above a defined surge-control line based on the surge margin for a particular compressor.
You'll find a wide range of plug-in surge suppressors at electronics stores and on the Internet.
Studies on smaller glaciers suggest that they surge when the plumbing system below the ice gets clogged with silt.
The fluff is blown into a cyclone mounted atop the fluff surge hopper, which agitates and feeds the ground scrap into the fluff metering hopper below it.
Since then, BITS Limited has released a few different types of advanced surge protectors to solve various power & consumer problems.
What he found were miles of tangled debris where houses and businesses once stood and adjusters searching for water marks, stripped roofs, points on a surge map--anything to help them determine whether the damage was caused by wind or flood, a critical distinction because many people did not have flood insurance.