He lay like a filthy leech, exhausted with his repletion.
The tick feeds at night, ingesting blood to repletion in about 15 minutes.
Prompt fluid and salt repletion, orally or intravenously, is the key to saving lives, Neira said.
The call is a rolling trilled " breep ", and the song is a hard rolling repletion of " zerlip ".
The SOL is available in two editions, a standard edition and the Marine edition which uses hydrophobic coating to provide water repletion instead of waterproofing the laptop.
Thus, HSD2 neuron inactivation by salt intake does not reflect simply the repletion of a physiologic deficit, and may instead reflect active inhibition triggered by salt ingestion.
If a caterpillar finds food and feeds to repletion, it returns to the tent, laying down a recruitment trail that serves to recruit hungry tent mates to its food find.
Veldhuis JD, Cosma M, Erickson D, Paulo R, Mielke K, Farhy LS, Bowers CY . Tripartite Control of Growth Hormone Secretion in Women during Controlled Estradiol Repletion.
The sequence of the three stanzas then is pre-harvest ripeness, late-harvest repletion, and post-harvest natural music . " Any similarity is in the tight statement of fact.
Vitamin D toxicity is closely related to a depletion of Vitamin K and that repletion of Vitamin K allows individuals to supplement with higher doses of Vitamin D without the negative calcium-related side effects.