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BOTTOM
TIP
COMPOSER
PIANO
LEAVING
ROOM
HYPERBARIC CHAMBER
VESSEL
AUSCHWITZ
KREMA
CHORAL
ENSEMBLES
AUXILIARY COMBUSTION CHAMBER
COMBUSTION CHAMBERS
ROTOR
ECCENTRIC SHAFT
COMBUSTION CHAMBER 12
COMBUSTION AIR
SWIRL
TIME
SYMPHONIC MUSIC
CANTATAS
BLOOD
CHAMBERS
TOP
ELECTROPHORESIS CHAMBER
PRECURSOR FLUID
LOWER CHAMBER
PUMPING CHAMBER
MIXING CHAMBER
CLOUD CHAMBER
CRANKCASE
COMPRESSION CHAMBER
CAMP
CREMATORIUM
MIXTURE
MAIN CHAMBER
CHAMBER ENSEMBLE
CHAMBER ENSEMBLES
CYLINDER HEAD
MAIN COMBUSTION CHAMBER
MAGMA
MAGMA CHAMBER
SYMPHONIES
CHAMBER MUSIC
PARLIAMENT
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Definitions

  1. This chamber is connected to the tip of the root of the tooth via thin hollow pipe-like canals—hence, the term "root canal".
  2. The chamber is full of fuel and has a rubber diaphragm across the top of it with the other side exposed to ambient air pressure. (Web site)
  3. The Chamber was built by Salazar Slytherin, one of the founders of Hogwarts, before he left the school.
  4. This chamber is located at the cylinder head and is connected to the engine cylinder by small holes. (Web site)
  5. The Chamber is entered through Moaning Myrtle 's bathroom. (Web site)

Bottom

  1. Atmospheric pressure, operating on the opposite side of a piston, pushes the piston to the bottom of the chamber.
  2. Salt water solution is poured into the bottom of the electrophoresis chamber, and the gel matrix is submerged slightly within this solution.

Tip

  1. To enhance this, the point of ignition in the cylinder - the tip of the spark plug - has been moved more centrally in the chamber. (Web site)
  2. The pulp extends from the pulp chamber in the crown down through the root canal to the tip of the root in the jawbone.
  3. When the spark plug fires in the combustion chamber, it ignites whatever fuel and air mixture is present at the tip of the spark plug. (Web site)

Composer

  1. J.A.C. Redford is an accomplished composer of concert, chamber and choral music, film and television scores, and music for the theater.
  2. Stephen David Beck is a composer of electro-acoustic music, orchestral and chamber music, and most recently, music for theater.
  3. Daron Hagen - Composer Official internet site for Daron Hagen; composer of opera, symphonic, chamber music, and song.

Piano

  1. As pianist, conductor and composer of vocal, piano, chamber and orchestral music, his mastership is undisputed. (Web site)
  2. His enormous output includes works that are widely acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, chamber, piano, operatic, and choral music. (Web site)
  3. Only a few of them ranged beyond solo piano music, as chamber music or concertos for piano and orchestra. (Web site)

Leaving

  1. At the commencement of a Session, the Serjeant-at-Arms bearing the Mace accompanies the Speaker when entering and leaving the Chamber. (Web site)
  2. The controversy this created eventually led to Salazar leaving the school, leaving the Chamber of Secrets behind. (Web site)
  3. One diver, after leaving the chamber against medical advice, stated that he had experienced "no narcosis problem" at 256 ffw on compressed air. (Web site)

Room

  1. This is done by increasing the volume of the combustion chamber, that is, one makes more room in the cylinder when the piston is all the way up.
  2. The Poles had removed the inside walls to make it one room again and tourists were told that it had been a gas chamber. (Web site)
  3. Many people imagine that a homicidal gas chamber is merely a room with poison gas inside. (Web site)

Hyperbaric Chamber

  1. See also decompression sickness; gases in the body; hyperbaric chamber; nitrogen; oxygen. (Web site)
  2. Often the terms recompression chamber, decompression chamber, hyperbaric chamber, and hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber are used interchangeably.
  3. Also called a hyperbaric chamber or recompression chamber.

Vessel

  1. Cardiac catheterization (heart cath) is the insertion of a catheter into a chamber or vessel of the heart.
  2. Recompression chamber a pressure vessel used to treat divers suffering from certain diving disorders such as decompression sickness. (Web site)
  3. Hyperbaric Chamber: A large adjustable pressure vessel within which a person can be placed for recompression or pressure research.

Auschwitz

  1. Some have visited Auschwitz or another camp where guides told them that this or that structure was a gas chamber. (Web site)
  2. The gas chamber at Auschwitz I was rebuilt after the war as a memorial, but without a door in its doorway.

Krema

  1. Krema: a unit containing a homicidal gas chamber and furnaces for disposing of the bodies.
  2. The deniers often claim that the gas chamber in Krema I was left intact, and therefore its walls were not exposed to the elements. (Web site)

Choral

  1. His large catalogue consists of orchestral, chamber, choral (both sacred and secular), vocal and instrumental music. (Web site)
  2. He is the author of Aaron Copland (1990) and composer of orchestral, piano, choral, and chamber music. (Web site)
  3. Francis Poulenc (1899-1963) - Brief summary of life and influences with comments on stage works, orchestral, choral and vocal, chamber, and piano music. (Web site)

Ensembles

  1. There are only six works in his entire output dating from after 1900 which are for chamber ensembles, and four are arrangements of portions of his operas.
  2. For these composers, chamber ensembles were the ideal vehicle for transmitting this atmospheric sense, and chamber works constituted much of their oeuvre. (Web site)
  3. He later discovered concert music and has composed for orchestras, chamber ensembles, dance and opera.

Auxiliary Combustion Chamber

  1. Total fuel is directly fed into an auxiliary combustion chamber where the initial combustion takes place. (Web site)
  2. The auxiliary combustion chamber is connected only to the main combustion chamber via at least two connecting passages.
  3. In the auxiliary combustion chamber, temperature is highest near the passage, and relatively low in the secluded portion opposite thereto. (Web site)

Combustion Chambers

  1. The combustion chambers are generally formed by a curved, typically hemispherical, chamber in the head and a flat piston face. (Web site)
  2. FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view of the combustion chambers of another internal combustion engine, with an auxiliary combustion chamber pressed in. (Web site)
  3. Fuel is injected into the combustion chambers (32, 32') or into the intake air which is forced into the combustion chamber (32, 32'). (Web site)

Rotor

  1. By the time the volume of the chamber is nearing its minimum, the peak of the rotor passes the intake port and the whole cycle starts again.
  2. Within this chamber all four functions of a piston take place simultaneously in the three pockets that are formed between the rotor and the chamber wall. (Web site)
  3. There are also metal rings on each side of the rotor that seal to the sides of the combustion chamber. (Web site)

Eccentric Shaft

  1. A Wankel engine has a triangular rotor that orbits in an epitrochoid al (figure 8 shape) chamber around an eccentric shaft.
  2. The rotor is positively located by the eccentric shaft and by the geometry of the rotor and engine chamber. (Web site)

Combustion Chamber 12

  1. Furthermore, an injector 16 for injecting a fuel to be burned in combustion chamber 12 is also provided in combustion chamber 12 of cylinder 1. (Web site)
  2. Combustion chamber 12 is filled with air from an intake manifold 16 via an intake valve 18 when the piston moves downwards. (Web site)
  3. The number 10 in FIG. 1 denotes a piston engine having a combustion chamber 12 which is movably sealed by a piston 14. (Web site)

Combustion Air

  1. By contrast, a gaseous fuel will naturally tend to break up and immediately mix with the combustion air when it enters the chamber. (Web site)
  2. Combustion air arrives in combustion chamber 12 via an intake valve 18 and an intake port 20. (Web site)
  3. The combustion air is vigorously stirred up as it is directed into the combustion chamber through the draft control inlets. (Web site)

Swirl

  1. The faster intake charge then has the inertia to swirl around the combustion chamber and more thoroughly mix with the fuel for combustion.
  2. This timing arrangement creates swirl in the combustion chamber on the intake stroke if the intake valve is retarded. (Web site)
  3. This swirl is relatively slow and serves to prevent an escape of the exhaust gas heat in the combustion chamber 2. (Web site)

Time

  1. Hermione spent much of her time after that in the library, researching the Chamber of Secrets and trying to protect Harry.
  2. The only descendant known to have discovered the Chamber is Tom Marvolo Riddle, later known as Lord Voldemort, the most feared Dark Wizard of all time.
  3. This time the chamber was opened by Ron by imitating Harry's parseltongue.

Symphonic Music

  1. Work includes original music for film, chamber, vocal, and symphonic music.
  2. Taylor, Adam - (Gryphon Music) Canadian composer of chamber, choral and symphonic music.
  3. Between 1893 and 1908, Schoenberg created many genuine masterworks in the genres of Lieder, chamber music, and symphonic music.

Cantatas

  1. Alessandro Scarlatti (May 2, 1660 – October 24, 1725) was a Baroque composer especially famous for his operas and chamber cantatas. (Web site)
  2. The group's performances range from chamber to orchestral, from cantatas to operas, and its styles from Renaissance to Classical.
  3. Among his compositions are odes for chorus and orchestra, cantatas, songs, sacred music, chamber sonatas, music for harpsichord and theatre music.

Blood

  1. Mitral valve - The structure that controls blood flow between the heart's left atrium (upper chamber) and left ventricle (lower chamber).
  2. The right atrium (chamber) of the heart receives blood from two major veins: the superior (upper) vena cava and the inferior (lower) vena cava.
  3. This thickened left ventricle does not leave much room in the chamber to fill with blood. (Web site)

Chambers

  1. Because of the large wood surface, the chamber is far easier to heat than the "gas chambers" shown as tourist attractions at Auschwitz. (Web site)
  2. A hallway in the building led to each of the three gas chambers, and in each chamber was another door through which the corpses were removed. (Web site)
  3. The end of the chamber, which the light penetrated, had four openings to the chambers beyond, two above and two below.

Top

  1. The two valves were on either side of the chamber with the spark plug at the very top. (Web site)
  2. At any one time, only a thin lens of magma at the top of the chamber is fully molten (21). (Web site)
  3. The combustion chamber is the area between the top of the piston and the head of the cylinder when the piston is at its uppermost point of travel. (Web site)

Electrophoresis Chamber

  1. Turn off power supply, disconnect power cords from the chamber, and remove top of electrophoresis chamber.
  2. The power supply was turned off after the bands migrated near the end of the gel and the top of the electrophoresis chamber was removed.
  3. The top of the electrophoresis chamber was closed and electrical leads were connected. (Web site)

Precursor Fluid

  1. As shown in FIG. 2, a precursor fluid is intermittently introduced into the chamber. (Web site)

Lower Chamber

  1. This prevents proper blood flow from moving between the left atrium (upper chamber of the heart) and ventricle (lower chamber of the heart).
  2. Divided top to bottom, the chambers on either half of your heart form two adjoining pumps with an upper chamber (atrium) and a lower chamber (ventricle). (Web site)
  3. The chambers on each half of your heart form two adjoining pumps, with an upper chamber (atrium) and a lower chamber (ventricle). (Web site)

Pumping Chamber

  1. The latter can be recognized by examining the movement of the walls of the left ventricle (the major pumping chamber of the heart) by Echocardiography.
  2. It prevents the blood from flowing back from the aorta into the heart when the pumping chamber relaxes.
  3. In operation, it is necessary for the pressure in the pumping chamber 6 always to be higher than that in the lower chamber 7. (Web site)

Mixing Chamber

  1. The mixing chamber 20 not only mixes the gaseous fuel with air but also functions as a heat exchanger and pressure regulator. (Web site)
  2. In event of malfunction that may cause combustion of gasses in mixing chamber 20, release valve 24 will rupture. (Web site)
  3. The carburetor includes a primary barrel which connects initially to an inlet in the mixing chamber.

Cloud Chamber

  1. In a cloud chamber, for instance, what we see is not the path of an electron, but, if we are quite honest, only a sequence of water droplets in the chamber. (Web site)
  2. The rate of flow of air into the mixing chamber, and thence into the cloud chamber is measured by means of a pitot-tube and draft-gauge arrangement. (Web site)
  3. Because the density of the liquid is much higher than that of air, more interactions take place in a bubble chamber than in a cloud chamber. (Web site)

Crankcase

  1. The admission port to the crankcase chamber is intended for admission of air and the admission port to the duct is intended for admission of air and fuel. (Web site)
  2. The compression ratio of the crankcase chamber is far lower than the compression ratio in the cylinder. (Web site)
  3. A filler block 56 is mounted in the crankcase chamber to regulate the volumetric ratio between the crankcase 10 and cylinder bore 46. (Web site)

Compression Chamber

  1. In this embodiment a combustion chamber E is sealed from the compression chamber B by the valve 18 and sealed from the working chamber C by valve 19. (Web site)
  2. When open the interstage valve 12 enables compressed charge (fuel air mixture) to be pushed from the compression chamber into the combustion chamber. (Web site)
  3. Also called compression chamber; diving chamber; recompression chamber. (Web site)

Camp

  1. For this purpose, the camp was equipped with 4 crematoria with gas chambers; each gas chamber was designed to hold up to 2500 people at one time.
  2. The camp is fitted with permanent gas chambers using carbon monoxide piped in from engines placed outside the chamber, but will later substitute Zyklon-B. (Web site)
  3. Each chamber had a door facing Camp No.

Crematorium

  1. Tour the camp, plus details of the gas chamber, crematorium, and about the liberation.
  2. Auschwitz I had its own gas chamber and crematorium; most of those killed there were prisoners of war. (Web site)
  3. Each gas chamber and crematorium, there were five, accommodated approximately two thousand victims at one time.

Mixture

  1. To ensure a ready mixture, the carburetor has a "float chamber" (or "bowl") that contains a quantity of fuel at near-atmospheric pressure, ready for use.
  2. This forces the remainder of the mixture out of the chamber to make room for a fresh, clean charge of air-fuel mixture.
  3. Further, when the precursor fluid includes a mixture of reactants, the reactants can be mixed outside of the chamber or within the chamber itself. (Web site)

Main Chamber

  1. With the build up of combustion chamber pressure, as the flame front progresses across the chamber, additional fuel-lean air is added to the main chamber. (Web site)
  2. Aang was within a sealed chamber at the time, and Zhao waited for the Avatar to leave the main chamber to arrest him as well.
  3. The mixture reaching the main chamber burns explosively, because the mixture is activated and is reacted with a large amount of air. (Web site)

Chamber Ensemble

  1. Performances will be held throughout the Bartlesville community and will include music for orchestra, chamber ensemble, and chorus. (Web site)
  2. For instrumentation Schoenberg moved beyond the original concept of a piano and used instead a chamber ensemble with five members playing eight instruments. (Web site)
  3. This popular piece now exists in three performing versions: with full orchestra, with chamber ensemble and with piano, organ, and percussion.

Chamber Ensembles

  1. Brahms composed for piano, chamber ensembles, symphony orchestra, and for voice and chorus. (Web site)
  2. Often, works could be played on any variety of instruments, in orchestral or chamber ensembles.
  3. As a result, almost no new chamber music was written by composers, and virtually no program music was written for chamber ensembles. (Web site)

Cylinder Head

  1. The cylinder head, together with the upper end of the cylinder and the top of the piston, form the combustion chamber where the fuel-air mixture burns. (Web site)
  2. The location of the combustion chamber is the area between the top of the piston at what is known as TDC (top dead center) and the cylinder head. (Web site)
  3. Precombustion chamber This chamber is located at the cylinder head and is connected to the engine cylinder by small holes. (Web site)

Main Combustion Chamber

  1. Meanwhile, a somewhat rich air-fuel mixture is fed into the main combustion chamber via the intake manifold and the open intake valve.
  2. The Helmholtz resonator cavity communicates with the main combustion chamber via a narrow slot made around the periphery of the top end of the chamber. (Web site)
  3. Since the fuel is sprayed direct in to the main combustion chamber where the air has highest temperature resulting in complete combustion. (Web site)

Magma

  1. Magma chamber: A chamber(cavity or reservoir) in the lithosphere where rising magma is "collected" and halts for varying lengths of time. (Web site)
  2. When the magma nears the surface it pools in a magma chamber under the volcano. (Web site)
  3. Before an eruption, magma moves into the area beneath the volcano and collects in a magma chamber, or reservoir. (Web site)

Magma Chamber

  1. As the eruptions partly empty the chamber of its magma, the roof of the magma chamber collapses along the same ring fractures to produce a large caldera.
  2. Magma can remain in a chamber until it cools, forming igneous rock, it erupts or moves on to another magma chamber.
  3. This unit represents an inversion of the magma chamber as progressively deeper materials from the chamber were tapped as the eruption progressed.

Symphonies

  1. He composed cantatas, chamber music, keyboard and orchestral works, operas and symphonies. (Web site)
  2. He is a prolific composer, writing in a diverse range of forms - symphonies, concertos, chamber music, opera and other vocal works.
  3. Besides her songs, she wrote symphonies, chamber music, choral works and piano concertos.

Chamber Music

  1. Versatile and prolific, he contributed as a composer to many genres of music, operas, ballets, film scores, orchestral works, songs and chamber music. (Web site)
  2. Brahms wrote symphonies, concertos, piano works, chamber music and choral works. (Web site)
  3. Carl Nielsen (1865-1931) - Brief biographical sketch, comments on orchestral and chamber music, caricature, and Naxos discography.

Parliament

  1. From 1948 to 1955 he was elected President of the Italian Chamber of Deputies (the lower branch of Parliament). (Web site)
  2. Main chamber of the parliament.
  3. After the reforms of 1410, the veche was restructured on a model similar to that of Venice, becoming the Commons chamber of the parliament.

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