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  • 41foam — putos statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Dispersinė sistema iš dujų (oro) burbuliukų, atskirtų plona skysčio plėvele. atitikmenys: angl. foam; froth; scum vok. Schaum, m rus. пена, f …

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  • 42Foam —    (Hos. 10:7), the rendering of ketseph, which properly means twigs or splinters (as rendered in the LXX. and marg. R.V.). The expression in Hosea may therefore be read, as a chip on the face of the water, denoting the helplessness of the piece… …

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  • 43foam — Смотри Пена …

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  • 44foam — a polymer that has been made porous (or spongelike) by the incorporation of gas bubbles …

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  • 45foam — sb. 404 β. AS. fam v. n. RG. 208 …

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  • 46Foam — (Insulation)   A high R value insulation product usually made from urethane that can be injected into wall cavities, or sprayed onto roofs or floors, where it expands and sets quickly …

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  • 47foam — I. n. Froth, spume. spray. II. v. n. Froth, spume …

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  • 48foam — n 1. bubbles, head, froth, spume, yeast, Brit. Inf. barm; lather, suds, soap bubbles; foaminess, frothiness, spumescence; fizz, effervescence, sparkle. v 2. froth, cream, spume, lather, soap, soap up, suds up …

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  • 49foam — n. beer …

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  • 50Foam Index — Test is a rapid method to determine the relative levels of Air Entraining Agent (AEA) needed during concrete mixing, with or without mineral additives like combustion fly ash, that control air void volumes within cured concrete. [… …

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  • 51Foam (organization) — FoAM [ [http://fo.am f o a m ] ] describes itself as a laboratory for the propagation of lived and living experience. [ [http://fo.am/trg/bxl.html f o a m ] ] The networked, Brussels based collective constitutes a group of designers, scientists,… …

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  • 52Foam Lake, Saskatchewan — Foam Lake is a town in Saskatchewan, Canada. It has a population of about 1300.It exists in a mixed agricultural area. It lies approximately 220km southeast of Saskatoon.It was founded in 1882 by Joshua Milligan, an English fur trader. It was… …

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  • 53foam´like´ — foam «fohm», noun, verb. –n. 1. a mass of very small bubbles formed in water or other liquids especially by agitation, fermentation, effervescence, or boiling: »Another kind of extinguisher that is valuable for oil fires pours or throws a foam on …

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  • 54foam´less — foam «fohm», noun, verb. –n. 1. a mass of very small bubbles formed in water or other liquids especially by agitation, fermentation, effervescence, or boiling: »Another kind of extinguisher that is valuable for oil fires pours or throws a foam on …

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  • 55foam´ing|ly — foam «fohm», noun, verb. –n. 1. a mass of very small bubbles formed in water or other liquids especially by agitation, fermentation, effervescence, or boiling: »Another kind of extinguisher that is valuable for oil fires pours or throws a foam on …

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  • 56foam´i|ness — foam|y «FOH mee», adjective, foam|i|er, foam|i|est. 1. covered with foam: »foamy surf. 2. made of foam. 3. like foam …

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  • 57Foam board — is a type of display board made primarily with foam. It generally consists of a foam core in between two sheets of thin, rigid paper; and is characterized by its light weight, and the ease with which it is scored.Foam board comes in thicknesses… …

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  • 58Foam rubber — refers to rubber that has been manufactured with a foaming agent to create an air filled matrix structure. Commercial foam rubbers are generally either polyurethane foam or natural foam rubber latex.ee also*Talalay Process A method of producing… …

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  • 59Foam (disambiguation) — Foam may refer to:* Foam a substance that is formed by trapping gas bubbles in a liquid or solid. * Foam (culinary) a modern food preparation and presentation technique * FoAM an arts and technology organization * Foam hand sports paraphernalia… …

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  • 60Foam cock — Foam Foam (f[=o]m), n. [OE. fam, fom, AS. f[=a]m; akin to OHG. & G. feim.] The white substance, consisting of an aggregation of bubbles, which is formed on the surface of liquids, or in the mouth of an animal, by violent agitation or… …

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