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wear period

1. The maximum length of time that a radiation badge is worn before it is exchanged and the dose of radiation is measured.
2. The length of time that a transdermal medication delivery system is applied to the skin before it should be removed or replaced.
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aureus despite silver exposure present on the fabrics after a wear period of at least 2 days.
Like Civil War enthusiasts re-enacting Pickett's Charge, the participants were required to wear period dress.
Performances will take place twice daily to coincide with Barry Tall Ships Week and spectators will be encouraged to wear period dress.
Today, singing in a Gullah dialect, the performers wear period outfits and hats as they strive to reproduce the sights, sounds and sanctuary-shaking rhythms of a religious tradition enjoyed by generations of African-Americans in the Lowcountry.
At the beginning of the wear study, workers received a rotation plan showing which headgear should be worn each morning and afternoon of the three-week wear period. Each style of headgear was expected to receive 40 hours of wear, but the exposure would be spread over the entire time of the study Every worker received, in separate zip-close, gallon-size plastic bags, a baseball cap, a Booney Solarweave, and a baseball cap with a Tyvek QC cover.
They will wear period costume, use period implements (found by scouring through a lot of Amish catalogs), and could only bring reading material published before 1870.
At the same time, primitive his tackle is not, nor does he normally wear period clothing or hunt only with old-time gear.
"Some of them have this idea that I'm going make them wear period costumes and play period music."
The materials are reversed in a second wear period to eliminate bias due to wearers producing inherently more wear on one foot.
People on board will wear period costume to bring maritime history to life, and displays on the vessel will include art and music.