Definitions for absorber
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(physics) material in a nuclear reactor that absorbs radiation
Agent noun of absorb; one who, or that which, absorbs.
one who, or that which, absorbs
The numerical value of absorber in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of absorber in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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Shale is the new shock absorber to the market, there is a wide range of production costs. Shale's total production costs are around $48-$50 a barrel - there will be producers who make money at $50.
The entire body works as a linked system, and a lot of times when people come in with knee or hip injuries, it’s actually because their butt isn’t strong enough, the rear-end should act as support for the entire body and as a shock absorber for stress during exercise. But if it’s too weak, other parts of the body take up the slack and often results in injury.
This surplus crude provides some relief, with OPEC's spare production buffer stretched thin as Saudi Arabia - which holds the lion's share of excess capacity - and its Gulf neighbours pump at near record rates, the shock absorber provided by oil stocks is no longer restricted to just crude. As refineries ran flat out to meet soaring demand for gasoline in top consumers the United States and China, distillate inventories ballooned as a consequence.
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