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calandria

(kəˈlændrɪə)
n
(General Engineering) a cylindrical vessel through which tubes pass, esp one forming part of an evaporator, heat exchanger, or nuclear reactor
[C20: arbitrarily named, from Spanish, literally: lark]
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Near Maldonado these birds were tame and bold; they constantly attended the country houses in numbers, to pick the meat which was hung up on the posts or walls: if any other small bird joined the feast, the Calandria soon chased it away.
Under the JCPOA, Iran must take redesign its Arak Heavy Water Research reactor, including removing its existing calandria and rendering it inoperable and effectively eliminating a potential source of weapons-grade material.
Heater2 St condensing boilers each 90 kWHeating distribution with 7 heating circuitsHot water tank 200 lsystem-related e-installation with MSR3 St calandria, 3500 sq FuE-bdenheizung900 m heating pipes to DN65 incl.
The micro-brewery is employing a form of 'whirlpool' technology to heat the wort in the brewing process an external calandria usually used by large-scale brewers.
Lima, Peru: Asociacion de Comunicadores Sociales Calandria.
Prospectivity of Las Calandrias increased significantly with scout drilling of new target areas mostly in volcaniclastics outside of the Calandria Sur resource area
The CANDU's designers chose a low-pressure containment vessel, or calandria, because in the 1950s Canada did not have heavy industries that could produce equipment of the kind needed for the much higher-energy LWR.
Los autores agradecen a la familia Gaiad, propietarios de Delfina y Calandria, que formaron parte del trabajo.
It said some leaks were found in the joints of new calandria tubes, which contain pressure tubes that hold the reactor's fuel bundles.
Well, he had issues like the broken bell of ancestral tone deafness, an analgesic of a voice he would smoke in that bitter way men of drama offer, thumb and index finger, pain at inhale or there would be the burnt tire blues constantly dickered with, "baby too much trouble for a smile/I'll love you for your soft umber hills/ anyways, I'll stay a while/" just a raspy croak, Calandria and rebar, the water park one block off the Muqatta, adenoidal squeals of children and the chevron scat of heavy tracked vehicles marking up the streets, he sits in an armless chair and listens to cacophony with no commercial breaks.
In her reading of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night through La Calandria and Gl'Ingannati, Rachel Poulsen invokes the concept, indebted to Judith Butler, of the "actress effect" to express the conjuring of the foreign actress on the English all-male stage.
Burgess - Calandria Puls and Christopher Burgess, of Eugene, a son.