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streel

(striːl)
n
Irish a slovenly woman
[from Irish Gaelic straoill]
References in classic literature ?
'em up, by Jove--and a yellow satin train that streeled after her like the tail of a cornet."
Cammell Laird could assemble streel structures and electrical and mechanical plant and machinery for the PS14bn Heathrow project.
Streel, "Enantiomeric determination of tramadol and its main metabolite O-desmethyltramadol in human plasma by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry," Journal of Chromatography B: Biomedical Sciences and Applications, vol.
The materials extracted from the Luiz I, Eiffel and Fao bridges are more similar, chemically, with puddle streel while the materials from Pinhao and Trezoi bridges are similar to current mild steels.
With robust streel housing and aluminium motor housing they are very durable.
The scope of contract included a complete detail engineering; high-level execution plan and technical support for the CCD circuit extension; full procurement, including tanks, agitators, piping bulk, pumps, structural streel bulks, MCC, control system, electrical and instrumentation; bulk materials handling; main plant equipment; construction and pre-commissioning/commissioning; and advisory on the actual operation for two months.
Eversendi extensively used Tekla 21, a specialised streel structure design tool, from Tekla (a Trimble subsidiary), to model the steel structure of the opera house.
Streel 200 Kevlar 100 BSi Glass 63 Phenolic 3.5 Polymethyl methacrylate 3.2 Polycarbonate 2.6 Epoxy 2.5 Nylon 6, 6 2.3 ABS 2 Thermoplastic Urethane 1.7 Polypropylene 1.2 Polyethlene 0.75 Polyterafluoroethylene 0.5 Natural Leather 0.4 Polyethyene-co-vinyl acetate 0.03 Silicone Elastomer 0.013 Urethane Elastomer 0.003 Lsoprene 0.003 Natural Rubber 0.002 Butyl Rubber 0.001 Neop 0.0009 Note: Table made from bar graph.
This may reflect amelioration of climatic gradients towards the end of the Devonian (Streel et al.