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“These medications are fully reversible,” says Russell Toomey, a family studies and human development researcher at the University of Arizona in Tucson.

Bitcoin transactions are often not reversible, so it’s important to be certain about your choices ahead of time.

While nature did emerge more resilient and diverse after each great extinction of the past, there is no guarantee, given the scale and the swiftness of the present extinction, that it is at all reversible.

In 1972 Landauer hired the theoretical computer scientist Charlie Bennett, who showed that the increase in entropy can be avoided by a computer that performs its computations in a reversible manner.

Normally, the process is transient and reversible on a gene.

Vasalgel, a reversible form of male birth control, just took one step closer to your vas deferens.

But what if vasectomies were cheap, non-invasive, fully reversible, and as widespread as the female birth control pill?

Vasalgel, a reversible, non-hormonal polymer that blocks the vas deferens, is about to enter human trials.

While the syndrome is largely reversible, Takotsubo also requires careful attention during its acute phase.

Once people believe daughters can do as well or better than sons, how much of that attitude is really reversible?

The relations, so far considered, have been those of the simplest type of reversible reaction.

The complex ion is not perfectly stable and so the action is a reversible one, as indicated in the equation.

The heavy arrows indicate the main course the reversible actions take, under the influence of the reagents used.

Each seat is three feet four inches long, placed at right angles to the window, and has a reversible back.

As the coat is reversible the buttons should be sewn on the left front for a girl, and the right front for a boy.


On this page you'll find 60 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reversible, such as: capricious, fickle, fluctuating, mercurial, protean, and shifting.

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