A strong acid is completely ionized / dissociated.
The term for this would be temporary, partial or complete remission.
Partial biographies don't give as much detail as a complete biography.
complete mole does not show immunohisto chemical positivity for p 57 as this mole is completely androgenic.whereas partial mole has a haploid set of maternal chromosomes which is positve for p 57.p 57 is a paternally imprinted but maternally transcribed gene........
The antonyms for the word partial are complete, entire, whole, or total.
There are complete defences and partial defences. Complete: consent, legal authority, self-defence, necessity Partial: contributory negligence, provocation
The kinds of damage earthquakes, landslides, and tsunamis cause varies by strength of the event, location, whether the location was inhabited, kinds of industries nearby, etc. So I can only answer generally. Damages could include:partial or complete displacement of landpartial or complete obliteration of land size, shape, etc.partial or complete displacement of waterpartial or complete obliteration of former boundaries between land and bodies of water; for example, a new lake may be formedpartial or complete blockage or destruction of bridges and roadwayspartial or complete destruction of buildingspartial or complete destruction of farm lands, crops, and private gardenspartial or complete destruction of animals' natural habitatscreation of piles of debris and junkcreation of heath risks to humansdisplacement of people, whole towns or areascreation of tent cities needing disaster assistance
Are you going for partial? In part, not complete?
As in the one in partial meltdown, Fukushima
There is the total eclipse, where the moon is completely eclipsed by the Earth's umbral shadow. There are also two types of partial eclipses, the partial penumbral and the partial umbral.
Complete or partial circuit failure
partial, unfinished or incomplete
a partial airway is caused by a non tramatic mechanisim
John F. Bates has written: 'Partial denture construction' -- subject(s): Laboratory manuals, Partial Denture, Partial dentures, Prosthodontics 'Immediate complete dentures' -- subject(s): Complete dentures, Immediate Dentures
bath given in bed. Complete, partial, or bag.