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beaker

a cylindrical flat-bottomed container used in laboratories, usually made of glass and having a pouring lip

beaker

[′bē·kər]
(naval architecture)
A shipboard vessel, usually used for storing water.
(science and technology)
A deep, open-mouthed, cylindrical vessel with thin walls, which usually has a projecting lip for pouring.
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Laboratory Plasticware by Product Segment - Beakers, Bottles,
The Amesbury Archer and the Boscombe Bowmen; Bell Beaker burials at Boscombe Down, Amesbury, Wiltshire.
The proportion of habitation sites compared to burials is of great importance because it allows a good understanding of the assemblages and of the context in which Beakers appear.
Horn beakers are one of those things that have actually gone down in value in recent years, but there will always be discerning collectors for an example with this amount of age and colour.
They amused me for weeks until, of course, the bobble and blue plastic covers were lost and they became just beakers again
Pour a small amount from each sample into different beakers marked accordingly.
On the other hand, is there any point in teaching children about beakers of water when we should be teaching them to handle those electronic aids which seem to have become indispensable to everyday life?
Line up two beakers ("fish tanks") and fill each with 250 milliliters (one cup) of water.
The carton sleeve is printable in photo quality on both sides and the plastic portion in the beakers has been reduced to a minimum.
During the week parents have been encouraged to bin their bottles and take a beaker in exchange as part of a drive to improve dental health in babies and toddlers.
The PL-SP 260's top surface is said to provide a practical working surface with provision for bottles and beakers.
The deputies found no one in the house, but spotted the chemicals, beakers, flasks and hypodermic needles, left the house and called in the methamphetamine lab task force, which arrived with Los Angeles County Fire Department hazardous materials specialists.