Spout


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Spout

A short channel or tube used to spill stormwater from gullies, balconies, or exterior galleries, so that the water will fall clear of the building; a gargoyle.

spout

A short channel or tube used to spill storm water from gutters, balconies, exterior galleries, etc., so that the water will fall clear of the building. Also see gargoyle.
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In earlier days, sand was conveyed through an open spout or sock directly into the truck.
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When Adler went to the city, he says he was told that the motel owner had complained that the spout was "getting people wet and they can't sit outside.
As Jeff weighed only seven stone, Up The Spout had to carry six stone of dead weight in his races.
During material discharge Flow-Flexer[R] bag activators raise and lower opposite bottom edges of the bag at timed intervals, loosening compacted materials and promoting material flow into the bag discharge spout.
But, Altshuler and colleagues say what's new is the idea that the vortices can continue generating a counter flow even after the water has fallen off the end of the spout and into the cup below.
The Vasto, Andria and Stilo kitchen taps are all monobloc designs, with just a single lever to operate the flow rate and temperature, but with contrasting spout designs, the Vasto with a 90 degree spout, the Andria with more of a 45 degree curve and the Stilo with a double arched design.
The firm said its fishing fleet landed 515 tons of Norway spout at TripleNine's factory in Thyboron at the end of June.
COUNTRYSIDE: In response to the reader who wanted thick cream out of the spout of his Montgomery Ward Separator, as a young Texas farm boy it was one of my chores to separate the cream and milk.
This portable spout (and inspired space saver) converts a used plastic bottle into a watering can.
The patented device simultaneously lowers and pivots the fill head, stopping it in a vertically oriented position that places the bag inlet spout inflatable connection, inflator button and four bag loop latches within an arm's length of an operator standing on the plant floor.
Results are reported on spout and dead-zone shape, local profiles of pressure, particle velocity and voidage.