SCID

NOUN
  1. a congenital disease affecting T cells that can result from a mutation in any one of several different genes; children with it are susceptible to infectious disease; if untreated it is lethal within the first year or two of life
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  • If viscosity is artificially added in an inviscid model, it has only a small effect on performance.
  • Cloney has provided a clear description of the types of organs in ascidians.
  • If climate was the culprit, then people and proboscideans should have shared some of the same territory, at least until climate change shrunk proboscidean habitat.
  • They are attenuating and deobstruent, consequently of service in disorders arising from a languid circulation, a viscidity of the juices, a lax fibre, and obstructed viscera. Travels through France and Italy
  • The nature and behavior of these proboscideans have also haunted South African naturalist Lyall Watson, who evokes their world in Elephantoms: Tracking the Elephant (W. W. Norton).
  • Now the unforced viscous, incompressible NS equations are not the equations that describe the climate, but the body of work does indicate that there is a vast mathematical difference between the inviscid and viscous cases, and the impact of using an incorrect kind or size of viscosity in an attempt to compute the continuum solution with the correct kind and size of kinematic viscosity. Exponential Growth in Physical Systems #2 « Climate Audit
  • Schiner's system also was more especially applied to the brachycerous and muscid types, though he did attempt to homologize it with the nemocerous venation.
  • High-viscidity emulsion powder, dispersible in water . It can increase the adhesion between mortar and its substrates, and improve the mechanic property and constructability of mortar.
  • The original equations that Ed Lorenz derived were an extremely simplified version of the interaction of several spectral modes of the inviscid equations of motion and could hardly be called an accurate approximation of the full system of equations. Exponential Growth in Physical Systems #2 « Climate Audit
  • It is somewhat viscid when moist, and the margin is very thin and strongly striate and tuberculate, i. e., the ridges between the marginal furrows are tuberculate. Studies of American Fungi. Mushrooms, Edible, Poisonous, etc.
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