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How to use saturation point in a sentence
If you reach a saturation point for all things water, Deep Creek is also part of Deep Creek State Park and situated near thousands of acres of other park lands.A visitor’s guide to Deep Creek Lake, Smith Mountain Lake and Lake Anna|Amanda Loudin|June 3, 2021|Washington Post
While Shelerud noted that his clients have seen return on ad spend on the Amazon platform remain at high levels, he said that ads on the marketplace are “running up to the saturation point.”As privacy changes loom, Amazon stands to reap the greatest reward|Michael Waters|April 6, 2021|Digiday
Once we hit that saturation point where the first tier has all gotten their vaccines, the narrative will shift to blame.How Inequity Gets Built Into America’s Vaccination System|by Maryam Jameel and Caroline Chen|March 1, 2021|ProPublica
“I have reached a saturation point on the small talk about her clothes,” Givhan writes.Michelle Obama’s Signs of Fashion Restraint on Election Night|Isabel Wilkinson|November 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And so, I have reached a saturation point on the small talk about her clothes.First Lady Fashion Fatigue|Robin Givhan|November 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Like some solution that has reached saturation point, obedient to the last impulse, this thought crystallises into an act.Reincarnation|Th. Pascal
When the air is near the saturation point, the weather is oppressive and is said to be very humid.
If, however, the air is not near the saturation point, a fall in temperature will not necessarily produce bad weather.
In general, however, the hygroscopic moisture necessary to saturate the cell walls is termed the "fibre saturation point."
When the specimen has cooled this process is then to be repeated until it has dried down to fibre-saturation point.