moulten


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moulten

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molten

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(Zoology) (of a bird) having shed old feathers
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The towers of Babos harden into porcelain-eternity in a moulten, collapsing form.
Music The Pantera tribute band Trendkill with special guests Strangler Needs A Manicure and The Moulten Llama, 8:30 p.
When ceramics has reached the desired temperature, completed its shrinkage and reached its stable state, glass is still in a moulten state.
Department of the Air Force (Maj Stephen Moulten, point of contact), to Air Combat Command, letter, 20 February 2001 (policy letter on aircrew fatigue-management program).
Morning Flood On The Usk was painted by Horace Moulten, an art lecturer at Newport Technical College in 1933, and shows the sun rising above Newport docks.
The contributions to growth in Table 1 are calculated using the BEA's current methodology, as described in Moulten and Seskin (1999).
The similarities of his glazes over opaque clay, to the look of radiant moulten metal in casting, is uncanny.
MusicThe Moulten Llama, Gut, Wrought Iron Hex, Seismic Supershear, 9 p.
When the moulten glaze cools, usually 100[degrees]F to 150[degrees]F below its maturing point, zinc oxide combines with silica to form crystals of willeminte (2ZnO.
The Moulten Llama performs with Gut, Wrought Iron Hex, Seismic Supershear at 9 p.
Landscape elements are certainly present; the surfaces are active, explosive, evoking eruptions of fire or moulten rock.
The most common technologies use either the equivalent of a motorised hot glue gun that dispenses moulten plastic or a laser that selectively fuses layers of fine plastic powder.