deponiad, deponiadau, diorseddiad, ddeponiad, ddeponiadau, ddiorseddiad, neponiad, neponiadau, niorseddiad
Noun(1) the natural process of laying down a deposit of something(2) (law(3) the act of putting something somewhere(4) the act of deposing someone; removing a powerful person from a position or office
(1) They are using solution methods such chemical bath deposition to deposit films of semiconductor materials.(2) The deposition and election of popes by a council obviously had far-reaching implications for ecclesiology: By what authority had these actions been carried out?(3) On his deposition Prince Carol Hohenzollen-Sigmaringen was elected.(4) Ironically the media had reported the successful deposition of the leader before the coup had even taken place.(5) In June 1880, the governor of Herat, Ayub Khan, left Herat with a small army, intent on seizing the throne of Kabul left vacant by the British deposition of his elder brother, Yakub Khan.(6) At the point when his power to command death and to sustain his own life has been arrested, Richard is divested of the spectacular carapace that encases the body of the monarch, his deposition is a fall into subjectivity.(7) We will take her testimony under oath in a deposition and they'll probably take Michael's deposition and in a few months we'll go to trial.(8) The factional conflict erupted into Civil War which resulted in Henry's deposition in 1461 when Richard's son inaugurated the reign of the House of York as Edward IV.(9) Once in the atmosphere, the distribution and deposition of these substances is a function of prevailing winds and weather patterns.(10) In a state of the art review article, Chan and colleagues discuss calcium deposition with or without bone formation in the lung.(11) The evidence for extremely fast deposition of carbonate caps is excellent in some areas.(12) Edward V's deposition(13) Other evidence for the quick deposition of sediment on organisms as seen in a great catastrophe is provided by the presence of soft-bodied organisms in the fossil record.(14) These chemicals prevented normal calcium deposition during eggshell formation, and caused females to lay thin-shelled eggs that often broke before hatching.(15) pebbles formed by the deposition of calcium in solution(16) He was sullen and evasive in his videotaped deposition for the governments antitrust case and the judge scolded him for lack of candor.
(1) deposition :: dyddodi
1. statement ::
3. deposit ::
Different Formsdeposition, depositions
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