Definition of Defogging
1. Verb. (present participle of defog) ¹
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Definition of Defogging
1. defog [v] - See also: defog
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Literary usage of Defogging
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1. The U. S. Coal Industry, 1970-1990: Two Decades of ChangeTechno (1992)
"However, it should be noted that some of the ingredients in chemical defogging agents can cause keratitis (inflammation of the cornea) if improperly used. ..."
2. Freer Trade, Protected Environment: Balancing Trade Liberalization and by Carlisle Ford Runge, François Ortalo-Magné, Philip Vande Kamp (1994)
"Steve Charnovitz, “The Environment versus Trade Rules: defogging the Debate,” Environmental Law, vol. 23 (1993), pp. 481—482. 2. ..."
3. Environmental Regulation and Food Safety: Studies of Protection and by Veena Jha (2005)
"... Georgetown International Environmental Law Review, 6, 1993, p. 2. 10. Charnovitz, Steve, The environment vs. trade rules: defogging the ..."
4. A Traveler's Guide to the Galapagos Islands by Barry Boyce (2004)
"... you can be more suave and use a tube of "instant spit," an isotonically-correct defogging solution sold under various brand names (which really works). ..."
5. Best Dives of the Western Hemisphere by Joyce Huber (1999)
"Blue Water Divers and Watersports offers a Guided Snorkel Certificate Program for all ages and abilities. They teach mask defogging, clearing and adjustment ..."
6. Best Dives of the Bahamas & Bermuda, Florida Keys, Turks & Caicos by Joyce Huber (2000)
"They teach mask defogging, clearing and adjustment, removing and replacing the mask on the surface, swimming in waves and surf, surface exit and entry ..."
7. Safety and Health Requirements Manual: U. S. Army Corps of Engineers edited by Robert H. Griffin (1999)
"... d. a windshield equipped with an adequate windshield wiper; e. an operable defrosting and defogging device; f. an adequate rear view mirror or mirrors; ..."
8. U. S. Navy Diving Manual: Air DivingSports & Recre (1999)
"Some water seepage into the face mask is a normal condition and is often useful in defogging the lens. From time to time the quantity may build to a point ..."