- Security of air intake vents is important, especially for high-rises and large sports facilities.
- They suffocated after an air vent was closed.
- According to the mechanical code, dryer vent ducts must be made of metal.
- Columnar joints are best developed in sills and dykes, volcanic vents, and former lava lakes.
- Sliding and colliding, separating and fragmenting, great trenches are forming, and volcanoes and vents are being created.
- These new vents remained phreatomagmatic until 25 July, when the activity changed for 5 days to Strombolian and effusive.
- Researchers suspected that many, if not most, of the vent animals must produce larvae capable of dispersing through cold ocean water to new sites.
- Torrent salamanders are characterized by unique squared-off glands behind the vent in adult males.
- Birds in all plumages have yellow around their vents.
- The best way to give vent to an emotion is to put it on a paper.
- He also encouraged children to explore their creative talents and give vent to their expression.
- It also provided them the much-awaited opportunity to give vent to their creative energy.
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- With Lawson at his mercy, Cal is free to vent his anger on his betrayer.
- In no small measure, the Chinese fans may have tried to vent their frustration by expressing it in anti-Japanese gestures.
- Dolly took full advantage of the outrageous disruption to vent her bad temper and to express her extreme displeasure in all directions.
- Your clothes dryer should be vented directly to the outside.
- There is plumbing for a washing machine and the room is vented for a tumble dryer.
- To be safe, all types of pressure canners must be vented 10 minutes before they are pressurized.
- In a passive system, the gas is naturally vented into the atmosphere, and may include venting trenches, cutoff walls, or gas vents to direct the gas.
- In Nigeria, flared or vented natural gas exceed 2 billion cubic feet per day.
- Shirley should have seen bubbles burbling up as Shaw vented the expanding gases in his rebreather and drysuit.
late Middle English: partly from French vent 'wind', from Latin ventus, reinforced by French évent, from éventer 'expose to air', based on Latin ventus 'wind'.
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- A ventless sport coat, that hugs the body, is called a ‘Continental’ jacket.
- The pyroprocessing system featured a two-support rotary kiln with the ventless CFG Hybrid cooler.
- A ventless, propane heater offers ambience and all the heat we need, even at 20 below zero.
- It's made from super 120's Italian wool and features a three-button closure, side vents and pickstitched lapels.
- The style is tight-fitting with side vents and an elastic waistband, typically made out of cotton or cotton/polyester blend jersey knit.
- A camp shirt should have a clean-finished hem with side vents so it can be worn tucked out for a relaxed look or tucked in.
late Middle English: alteration of dialect fent, from Old French fente 'slit', based on Latin findere 'cleave'.