Variety of lignite, of a very compact texture and velvet black color, susceptible of a good polish, and often wrought into mourning jewelry, toys, buttons, etc.
Formerly called also black amber.
Shooting forth; a spouting; a spurt; a sudden rush or gush, as of water from a pipe, or of flame from an orifice; also, that which issues in a jet.
Drift; scope; range, as of an argument.
The sprue of a type, which is broken from it when the type is cold.
To strut; to walk with a lofty or haughty gait; to be insolent; to obtrude.
To jerk; to jolt; to be shaken.
To shoot forward or out; to project; to jut out.
The name physicists give to a cluster of particles emerging from a collision or decay event all traveling in roughly the same direction and carrying a significant fraction of the energy in the event The particles in the jet are chiefly hadrons More Information: Hadrons, Event Display Picture: Typical Hadronic Event, Event Display Picture: Multi-Jet Hadronic Events.
Form of fossilized coal that became popular for mourning jewelry after Queen Victoria's husband, Albert died in 1861 Produced mainly in Whitby, England, it is a very lightweight substance Black glass was often used to imitate jet which became a fashion item, not just for mourning.
Johannesburg Equities Trading system It is the trading system run by the JSE to match buy and sell orders of JSE member firms automatically.
An orifice or other feature of a toilet that is designed to direct water into the trap way quickly, to start the siphon action.
Joint European Torus; european fusion experiment using the Tokamaks principle, that is being operated in Culham.
Narrow beam of matter or radiation.
Hard, black fossilised wood, Jet from Yorkshire was widely used in making jewellery, buttons, beads and pulley-rings.
To spout; to emit in a stream or jet.
An airplane powered by one or more jet engines the occurrence of a sudden discharge a hard black form of lignite that takes a brilliant polish and is used in jewellery or ornamentation issue in a jet; come out in a jet; stream or spring forth; 'Water jetted forth'; 'flames were jetting out of the building' fly a jet plane.
An airplane powered by one or more jet engines.
The occurrence of a sudden discharge.
Hard black form of lignite that takes a brilliant polish and is used in jewellery or ornamentation.
Street names for ketamine.
An artificially produced flow of water.
İssue in a jet; come out in a jet; stream or spring forth; 'Water jetted forth'; 'flames were jetting out of the building'.
Fly a jet plane.
Of the blackest black; similar to the color of jet or coal.
The name physicists give to a cluster of particles emerging from a collision or decay event all traveling in roughly the same direction and carrying a significant fraction of the energy in the event The particles in the jet are chiefly hadrons.
Strong well-defined stream of fluid either issuing from an orifice or moving in a contracted duct, such as the jet of combustion gases issuing from a reaction engine, or the jet in the test section of a wind tunnel See free jet.
Joint European Torus JET is the world's largest magnetic confinement fusion experiment which aims at confirming the scientific theory of fusion and the scientific feasibility of nuclear fusion for power generation.
Collimated stream of relativistic particles and photons which flows from a central source.
Forceful stream of fluid discharged from a narrow opening or a nozzle.
Describes the blackness or intensity of the masstone of black or near-black inks or colored surfaces; a pressurized stream of air used as a drying mechanism.
Stream of vapor, gas or liquid coming out fast from a narrow orifice.
Dense black coal that takes a good polish and is sometimes used for jewelry.
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Stream of fluid produced by discharge through an orifice into free space.
Fast-Moving wind current surrounded by slower moving air.
An intense black.
Liquid emitted from nozzle orifice.
Syn Liquid Jet,.
Concentrated, high velocity flow of water capable of causing erosion, used in mining some placer deposits to wash the unconsolidated deposits into sluice boxes.
To accelerate quickly; to go very fast.
Fışkırtmak, jet ile uçmak
Siyah kehribar, kara kehribar, kara amber, Erzurum taşı
Herhangi bir enerjiyi mekanik enerjiye dönüştüren düzenek
Taşındıkları kamyon önünde durunca motorun patırtısı kesildi. N. Cumalı
Akaryakıtla işleyen deniz aracı
Rıhtıma varabildiği zaman vapura gidecek olan son motor kalkmak üzere idi. F. R. Atay
Başka tür erkeyi işleyim erkesine çeviren işlerge.
Başka tür erkeyi işleyim erkesine çeviren işlerge. , Krafmaschine
Çeşitli biçimlerdeki erkeyi mekanik erkeye çeviren aygıt. (Daha çok elektrikmotoru anlamına kullanılır).
Akaryakıtla işleyen basit balıkçı teknesi.
Type of internal- combustion engine in which the air drawn in by the suction stroke is so highly compressed that the heat generated ignites the fuel , the fuel being automatically sprayed into the cylinder under pressure.
The Diesel engine has a very high thermal efficiency.
One who, or that which, imparts motion; a source of mechanical power.
Causing or setting up motion; pertaining to organs of motion; applied especially in physiology to those nerves or nerve fibers which only convey impressions from a nerve center to muscles, thereby causing motion.
Device or machine that converts other forms of energy into mechanical energy.
In R/C racing this generally refers to an electric motor.
Device which converts fluid power into mechanical force and motion It usually provides rotary mechanical motion.
Principally a machine that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy.
There are more than 150 variations of motors that drive power tools Among the quality features are welded connections, built-in fans and commutators welded to motor windings.
Rotating machine that converts electrical power into mechanical power.
Machine that converts electrical energy to mechanical energy It is activated by ac or dc.
Device used to convert electrical or air power into a rotational force 1 Pump Motor - used to drive the hydraulic pump 2 Stepper Motor - used to drive the rollers of the roll feeds or move the bolster in the Y or Theta-axis.
Referring to nerves that give signals to muscles or glands in the body.
Machine that produces motion or power for doing work.
1930's economy grade of gasoline, usually with low tetraethyl lead content and correspondingly low octane rating.
Word used by student pilots and Yankees when referring to the engine.
An actuator that converts linear power to rotary mechanical force and motion.
The ability to move Motor skills can be thought of as 'output' signals from the brain Many visual skills involve motor components.
Brit equivalent to vehicle Not to be confused with engine.
Engine , motor.
Motor car; an automobile.
Machine that converts other forms of energy into mechanical energy and so imparts motion a nonspecific agent that imparts motion; 'happiness is the aim of all men and the motor of all action'.
Machine which transforms electric energy into mechanical energy Standard motors are dual voltage and operate at 1725 RPM.
Adj Of, relating to, concerned with, or involving muscular movement.
Device that provides rotary movement, see electric motor and clockwork motor.
Pertaining to motion or muscular movement; can be either gross such as shoulder or knee, or fine such as fingers.
Relates to movements of muscles.
Neurological term to represent that portion of the nerve or joint responsible for activity or motion, as compared to.
Source of mechanical power.
Related to moving the muscles.
Used as a verb, it is to travel by car.
Generally refers to an electric motor.
Machine that converts other forms of energy into mechanical energy and so imparts motion.
Nonspecific agent that imparts motion; 'happiness is the aim of all men and the motor of all action'.
Travel or be transported in a vehicle; 'We drove to the university every morning'; 'They motored to London for the theater'.
Conveying information to the muscles from the CNS; 'motor nerves'.
Causing or able to cause motion; 'a motive force'; 'motive power'; 'motor energy'.