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  • 1 hot spark plug — See hot plug …

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  • 2 spark — The bridging or jumping of a gap between two electrodes by a current of electricity. One of the essential factors in a combustion engine (Fuel, Air, Proper proportion of mixture, compression, timing, Spark). See electronic spark advance… …

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  • 3 spark plug — A device containing two electrodes across which electricity jumps to produce a spark to fire the fuel charge. The center electrode is insulated from the spark plug shell by means of a molded insulator resembling porcelain. The side electrode… …

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  • 4 Hot Shot (Transformers) — Hot Shot is the name of several characters in the various Transformers universes] . Transformers: Robots in DisguiseTransformers character name =Hot Shot japanname =Artfire caption = affiliation =Autobot subgroup =Spy Changer rank =8 function… …

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  • 5 Spark plasma sintering — (SPS) is a novel sintering technique, which is also known as Field Assisted Sintering Technique (FAST) or Pulsed Electric Current Sintering (PECS).The main characteristic of the Spark Plasma Sintering (SPS) is that the pulsed DC current directly… …

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  • 6 Spark plug — A spark plug (also, very rarely nowadays, in British English: a sparking plug) is an electrical device that fits into the cylinder head of some internal combustion engines and ignites compressed aerosol gasoline by means of an electric spark.… …

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  • 7 Spark-gap transmitter — A spark gap transmitter is a device for generating radio frequency electromagnetic waves. These devices served as the transmitters for most wireless telegraphy systems for the first three decades of radio (1887 ndash;1916) and the first… …

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  • 8 Hot air balloon — This article is about hot air balloons themselves. For the associated activity, see hot air ballooning. For the rock opera, see Hot Air Balloon (rock opera). For the song, see Hot Air Balloon (song). Hot air balloon in flight …

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  • 9 Hot bulb engine — The hotbulb, or hot bulb engine or vaporizing oil engine is a type of internal combustion engine. It is a surface ignition engine in which the superheated fuel is ignited by being brought into contact with oxygen rich fresh air, rather than by a… …

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  • 10 Spark gap — A spark gap consists of an arrangement of two conducting electrodes separated by a gap usually filled with a gas such as air. When a suitable voltage is supplied, a spark forms, ionizing the gas and drastically reducing its electrical resistance …

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  • 11 Spark (Transformers) — Transformers: Generation 1Although not officially the soul of a Transformer at this point, Marvel comics would occasionally refer to the spark of life given to a Transformer by the Matrix.The Targetmaster partner of the Autobot Hot Rod, called… …

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  • 12 Spark — A Spark is a small airborne ember or particle of red hot matter.Spark may also refer to:In science: * an electric spark, usually with a flash and a sharp noise, may be ** a momentary electrostatic discharge ** an electrical discharge caused when… …

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  • 13 spark plug — 1. a device designed to fit in each cylinder of a gasoline powered internal combustion engine and to produce the electric spark for igniting the mixture of gasoline and air. 2. Informal. a person who leads, inspires, or animates a group. [1900… …

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  • 14 spark — I. noun Etymology: Middle English sparke, from Old English spearca; akin to Middle Dutch sparke spark and perhaps to Latin spargere to scatter Date: before 12th century 1. a. a small particle of a burning substance thrown out by a body in… …

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  • 15 hot plug — A spark plug which has a long insulator nose which absorbs more heat and dissipates heat slowly. A colder plug is used in a hot engine while a hot plug is used in a cold engine. Thus if the plugs are fouling too much, try a hotter plug. If the… …

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  • 16 hot bulb — noun An internal combustion engine in which the fuel is ignited by hot, compressed gas rather than a spark …

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  • 17 Court and Spark — Studio album by Joni Mitchell Released January 17, 1974 Recorded 1973 …

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  • 18 Leader (spark) — A leader is a hot, highly conductive channel of plasma that plays a critical part during dielectric breakdown within in a long electrical spark. When a gas is subjected to high voltage stress, the electric field is often quite non uniform near… …

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  • 19 Michigan Hot Rod Association — The Michigan Hot Rod Association is an association of 7 smaller clubs in Michigan. The association puts on the Autorama car show held every year in March at Cobo Hall in Detroit, Michigan. The Association also hosts the Rod Repair Trailer which… …

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  • 20 plug — A removable cork or stopper which fills a hole. See blanking plug coil glow plug cold plug core hole plug core plugs drain plug drain plug key drain plug spanner drain plug wrench …

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