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LIQUID FUEL
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MENORAH
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WICKS
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Definitions

  1. Eric Wicks (born in March 19, 1985 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is an American football safety who is currently a free agent.
  2. Harry Wicks (1905-1989) was one of the first Trotskyists in the labour movement in Britain.
  3. Harry Wicks was included in a the Communist Party of Great Britain biographical project conducted by the Department of Government, University of Manchester.

Member

  1. Most of Broad Green ward currently forms part of the Croydon North constituency, with Malcolm Wicks as Member of Parliament.

Professional Wrestler

  1. Wicks learned from a student of the legendary Farmer Burns named Henry Kohln and became a carnival wrestler and later a professional wrestler.

Liquid Fuel

  1. Fire meteor - A long length of chain or rope with wicks, or small bowls of liquid fuel, attached to both ends. (Web site)

North-West

  1. Member for Croydon, North-West (Mr. Wicks) will be allowed to continue freely through my constituency. (Web site)

Faster

  1. Dry-Fiber A high activity sportswear fabric that absorbs, wicks and dries faster than average golfwear.
  2. Back to Top M M.C.S. Blocker® - This line of outdoor sportswear fabrics for high aerobic activity absorbs, wicks and dries faster than cotton. (Web site)

Schmidt

  1. The IRL sanctioned event will allow Schmidt to evaluate the performance of Wicks, who has previously tested at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Chrysotile Asbestos

  1. Wicks, F.J. (1979) Mineralogy, chemistry and crystallography of chrysotile asbestos. (Web site)

Asbestos

  1. The Greeks used asbestos for the wicks of the eternal flames of the vestal virgins, as the funeral dress for the cremation of kings, and as napkins. (Web site)
  2. The name is derived for its historical use in lamp wicks; the resistance of asbestos to fire has long been exploited for a variety of purposes.

Chrysotile

  1. Chrysotile has been known for over 2000 years, being used initially for cremation cloths, oil lamp wicks and other textiles. (Web site)

Moisture

  1. CLOSEOUTS. Narvic sweater from Dale of Norway is crafted with fine merino wool that's never itchy against skin and wicks moisture much better than cotton.
  2. Ice damming occurs when the snow on a roof melts at a rapid rate, the moisture then wicks under the roofing material only to freeze yet again. (Web site)

Manufacture

  1. Asbestos in also employed in the manufacture of iron safes, and formerly for fireproof roofing, and for lamp wicks. (Web site)

Fabrication

  1. Numerous early references also can be found describing the use of asbestos fibers for the fabrication of lamp wicks and crematory clothing. (Web site)

Romans

  1. The Romans made cremation cloths and wicks from it, and centuries later Marco Polo noted its usefulness as cloth. (Web site)

Menorah

  1. The kohanim lit the menorah in the Sanctuary every evening and cleaned it out every morning, replacing the wicks and putting fresh olive oil into the cups.

Candles

  1. Light the Havdalah candle (a braided candle with at least two wicks, or two candles held with their flames together).
  2. Asbestos has been used in lamp wicks and candles since 4000 BC. It's amazing fact that it was also used in the shrouds of Egyptian mummies. (Web site)

Lamps

  1. Others assert that the ancients used asbestos to make perpetual wicks for sepulchral or other lamps. (Web site)

Wicks

  1. Mediterranean's used chrysotile from Cyprus and tremolite from upper Italy for the fabrication of cremation cloths, mats and wicks for temple lamps.
  2. Asbestos used for wicks in lamps and candles.
  3. MSI Wicks and Heaters specializes in the manufacture of kerosene heaters and wicks for commercial purpose since 1948. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Optics > Light > Lighting > Lamps
  2. Menorah
  3. Physics > Optics > Light > Candles
  4. Fabrication
  5. Matter > Liquids > Water > Moisture
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