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  • 101flare up — 1) the wooden houses flared up like matchsticks Syn: burn, blaze, go up in flames 2) his injury has flared up again Syn: recur, reoccur, reappear; break out, start suddenly, erupt 3) I flared up at him …

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  • 102ˈflare-ˌup — noun [C] 1) an occasion when people suddenly start behaving in an angry or violent way 2) an occasion when a disease suddenly returns …

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  • 103FLARE — • Fluvastatin Angioplasty Restenosis [trial] …

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  • 104flare — TV Bright flashes evident in video. Caused by excessive light beaming into a camera slens and reflecting off its internal glass elements …

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  • 105flare-up — /ˈflɛər ʌp/ (say flairr up) noun 1. a sudden flaring up of flame or light. 2. Colloquial a sudden outburst of anger …

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  • 106Flare —    A pitch up (nose up) position that reduces a gliding ships speed, in preparation of landing …

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  • 107flare —   Ho olapa, ōlapa, pi ipi i kai, hōlapu; o oma (of a bonnet) …

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  • 108Flare — m 1. Fladen, Obstkuchen, 2. unflätiger Mensch; daneben: Kuhflare = Kuhdung …

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  • 109flare — A light, usually produced by the burning of an inflammable liquid in a container closed except for a small orifice from which flame appears, used as a warning signal, particularly on vehicles left standing on a street or highway during hours of… …

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  • 110flare —  to blaze; the candle flares; flaring colours. S …

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  • 111Flare Publications — is a London based specialist publisher of astrology and palmistry books. The company was set up by Frank Clifford in 1996, and now co publishes with The London School of Astrology. Works British Entertainers: the Astrological Profiles (1st… …

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  • 112Flare Technology — was a computer hardware company based in Cambridge, United Kingdom. It was founded in 1986 by Martin Brennan, Ben Cheese, and John Mathieson, former engineers at Sinclair Research.Flare Technology first worked for Amstrad before developing a… …

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  • 113Flare (scratch) — Flare is a type of scratch used by turntablists. It is made from a combination of moving the record on the turntable by hand and quick movement of the crossfader.The flare was invented by its namesake, DJ Flare, in 1991, but was further developed …

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  • 114Flare fitting — Flare fittings are a type of compression fitting used with metal tubing, usually ductile (soft) copper, though other materials are also used.Tube flaring is considered a forging operation. [Manufacturing and Engineering Technology: Serope… …

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  • 115Flare-Stern — Flare auf Sternenoberfläche UV Ceti Sterne (auch Flare Sterne oder Flackersterne genannt, GCVS Systematikkürzel: UV) gehören zur Klasse der eruptiv veränderlichen Sterne. Sie befinden sich am unteren Ende der Hauptreihe und sind gekennzeichnet… …

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  • 116Flare (magazine) — Flare is a Canadian fashion magazine. It is owned by Rogers Communications. Flare was formerly Miss Chatelaine magazine until 1979 when it had a reinvention. It has labeled itself Canada s Fashion magazine . It celebrated its twenty fifth… …

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  • 117flare off — ˌflare ˈoff [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they flare off he/she/it flares off present participle flaring off past tense …

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  • 118flare stack — noun (chem eng) A tall chimney with an automatic igniter at the top, for the safe disposal of superfluous gas, etc by burning • • • Main Entry: ↑flare …

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  • 119Flare test — Flare test. См. Испытание на раздачу. (Источник: «Металлы и сплавы. Справочник.» Под редакцией Ю.П. Солнцева; НПО Профессионал , НПО Мир и семья ; Санкт Петербург, 2003 г.) …

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  • 120Flare-Sterne —   [ fleə ], Flackersterne, UV Ceti Sterne, zu den Veränderlichen zählende kleine Gruppe von Zwergsternen der Spektralklassen M 3 bis M 6, die rasche Helligkeitsausbrüche (Helligkeitsanstieg in 3 100 s) mit einer Amplitude von 1 bis 6… …

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