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What does sapping mean?

The verb to sap means to weaken something. Sapping means weakening - it is often found with the word 'strength' - a particularly long-drawn-out oirdeal is said to "sap one's strength." Full Answer

Why is your elm tree sapping?

Your elm tree could be producing sap because it was mixed with a maple tree. I know that our elm tree produces sap on a regular basis but my research has shown that it's a mix with a maple tree. Full Answer

Hydrochloric acid and sulfuric acid?

Hydrochloric acid is HCL Sulfuric acid is H2SO4 Mixing hydrochloric and sulfuric acid would just result in the sulfuric acid sapping (dehydrating) the hydrochloric acid of its water, releasing a small amount of hydrogen chloride. However, no chemical reaction is… Full Answer

What is a battle drill?

Battle drill is the process of practicing military maneuver in attack and defence. It is practiced by infantry small units such as platoons (40 soldiers) and squads aka Sections (12 soldiers). It is practiced constantly so that in battle, soldiers… Full Answer