REPELS


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REPELSRe-Emitted Positron Energy Loss Spectroscopy
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In the contrary case, Your Majesty, I shall see myself forced to repel an attack that nothing on my part has provoked.
When she first began to perceive its symptoms, the sensations were so sweet and pleasing, that she had not resolution sufficient to check or repel them; and thus she went on cherishing a passion of which she never once considered the consequences.
Or she might have found the means either to repel his advances or escape him.
She made a last effort to repel me, and yielded even as she made it.
To perform at their highest level, nonwoven textiles must be able to repel fluids, oil and alcohol, and quickly release stains.
This study on the plants used to repel snakes within five communities which included Abraka, Agbor, Asaba, Sapele, and Ughelli was published in the journal, International Journal of Plant, Animal and Environmental Sciences.
Because it repels water, it can be used to make vehicles like airplanes that don't require de-icing.