drawdown

All Noun Verb
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  • Specific capacity is a quantity that which a water well can produce per unit of drawdown.
  • Indianapolis soon saw much activity in the drawdown of military forces that occurred at the end of the war.
  • In water-related science and engineering there are two similar but distinct definitions in use for drawdown.
  • The amount of water that can be pumped is limited by the drawdown produced.
  • After the end of World War II, all the Western allies began a rapid drawdown.
  • Initially it provided bulk payments to students and charged lower than market interest rates from initial drawdown.
  • Heightened fear of nuclear risk can result in resistance to military drawdown.
  • The first R is always 0, there being no drawdown from a single price.
  • A drawdown of equipment and personnel began almost immediately.
  • The unit was inactivated as part of the drawdown of United States forces.
  • Since the drawdown there are fewer first-come first-serve spots available for watercraft.
  • Typically, drawdown also increases with the length of time that the pumping continues.
  • This number is maintained until November 2007 when troops begin drawdown.
  • This decline in pressure will show up as drawdown (change in hydraulic head) in an observation well.
  • From there, you average the drawdowns of each year to come up with an Average Annual Drawdown.
  • Its sole purpose would be, to support Operation Responsible Drawdown in Iraq.
  • The post-Cold War drawdown of forces in Europe resulted in many storied units coming home to the US.
  • It was deactivated during the post-Cold War drawdown of the U.S. military.
  • Several events in the late 1940s reversed the drawdown of United States strategic forces.
  • It is also used for moving equipment out of Afghanistan as part of the NATO drawdown.
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