calandria


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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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A mocking-bird (Mimus orpheus), called by the inhabitants Calandria, is remarkable, from possessing a song far superior to that of any other bird in the country: indeed, it is nearly the only bird in South America which I have observed to take its stand for the purpose of singing.
On the last day, for example, we travelled to the dance floor of Studio 54 in the seventies with Sergy Garrido & Tapiju, but we also travelled with Calandria through the last 100 years of fashion trends.
In case of disloyalty (by the Europeans), Iran, which is in possession of the calandria tubes, can revive the former reactor," Kamalvandi told reporters in a press conference at Arak heavy water facility in Central Iran today.
Police identified the fatality as John James Calandria, 29, single, of Barangay Barangka, Marikina City.
Writing of the innovative perspectival set created by Baldassarre Peruzzi for the comedy La Calandria in 1515, Vasari said: 'It is wonderful how, in the narrow space, he depicted his streets, palaces, and curious temples, loggias and cornices, all made to make them appear to be what they represented'.
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has launched a committee proposing an International Collaborative Standard Problem (ICSP) to provide a new contact boiling experimental data to assess the subcooling requirements for a heated pressure tube plastically deformed to contact with the calandria tube during a postulated large break LOCA condition.