Water engine


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Wa´ter en´gine


1.An engine to raise water; or an engine moved by water; also, an engine or machine for extinguishing fires; a fire engine.
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With its powerful water engine, the air purifier can eject up to 18 liters of water in an hour, cleansing the air to create a comfortable home environment.
With its powerful water engine, the air purifier can eject up to 18 litres of water in an hour, cleansing the air to create a comfortable home environment.
The woodland reservoir supplying the water engine became an ornamental duck pond.
He started his acting career on stage in 1977 at the age of 37 in a play "The Water Engine." A highly-gifted actor, he garnered high praise and recognition on stage when he won a Tony award for his performance in the "House of Blue Leaves."
In reality this is not always the case and, as the water engine shows, sometimes an idea needs to be of the right time to succeed.
On the other hand, while some cars cannot move back only to forward, some other can run with water engine. At the last model cars, we can see that some of them run with aircraft fuel.
Salvin's restoration of 1860 removed a water engine from the basement that had caused the building's partial collapse.
These 12 papers describe how intermediality applies to cinema, theater, postmodernism and new critical issues, covering such topics as Greenaway's The Pillow Book and its perceptions of writing and the body, identity and truth in filmic letters, deference and divergence in cases of the on-screen Jane Austen, Mamet's The Water Engine and intermediality, imaginary spaces in MacIvor's House, AIDS and Nureyev's Romeo and Juliet, Bret Easton Ellis and the MTV novel, the postmodern in Ellis as well as Palahniuk and Hornby, the new purpose of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner in the postmodern age, literary effects of author stardom, e-learning and critical distance and Bridget Jones's Diary as an intermedial text.
The chum was powered with a pitman connected through a line shaft eccentric to a small water engine driven by water piped from the farm's pond up on the hill.
According to the same principle, Mamet, when discussing the genesis of The Water Engine, the work I here want to focus on, acknowledged having "learned a lot about playwriting," a two thousand-year old art form, by "writing for radio," a much younger technology (1986: 13).
It opens with the world premiere of Mamet's American Buffalo and in subsequent years stages his plays Reunion, A Water Engine and Woods.
Happiness" and the period one-acter "The Water Engine." While Bob Balaban gives a quietly mesmerizing performance in the haunting "Mr.

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