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calandria

[kə′lan·drē·ə]
(chemical engineering)
One of the tubes through which the heating fluid circulates in an evaporator.
(nucleonics)
In a CANDU nuclear reactor, a horizontal, cylindrical tank filled with heavy water and penetrated by a lattice of fuel channels with pressurized tubes containing the fuel and circulating coolant.
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Calandria Sur mineralized 'footprint' now extends over circa 800m by 350m-500m with intersections located up to 300m to the east and 120m to the north of the initial resource area at Calandria Sur
El 14 de julio de 2001 se realiza la V Marcha por el Orgullo Gay y Lesbico con la presencia de una calandria, dos carros alegoricos y de cerca de 15 mil personas que abarrotaron la Avenida Hidalgo, siendo el acto de cierre de la Semana Cultural Lesbico-Gay, la cual consistio en una serie de acciones afirmativas (exposiciones, teatro, entrevistas, musica, poesia, danza, conferencias) organizadas por el Comite Lesbico-Gay que coordina a diez agrupaciones locales.
Non e che Lena alla fine della commedia di Ariosto o Fessenio al termine della Calandria di Bibbiena si accorgano di essere personaggi teatrali: essi, in consonanza con la dimensione festiva a cui appartengono, si voltano a parlare col pubblico disinvoltamente proprio perche avevano saputo di star recitando fin dall'inizio della commedia.
Sub parallel veining south of Cerro Oro, including the Calandria Sur, Calandria
At bottom, Nick Novotny, Kyle Serrecchia, Andrew Risse and Calandria DeCastro, from left, from the Air Force Junior ROTC at Valencia High School, perform a saber drill.
Campbell, "'Merry, nimble, stirring spirit[s]': Academic, Salon and Commedia dell'arte Influence on the Innamorate in Love's Labour's Lost"; Rachel Poulsen, "Women Performing Homoerotic Desire in English and Italian Comedy: La Calandria, Gl'Ingannati and Twelfth Night"; Melinda J.
Campbell, '"Merry, nimble, stirring spirit[s]': Academic, Salon and Commedia dell'arte Influence on the Innamorate in Love's Labour's Lost" (145-70); Rachel Poulsen, "Women Performing Homoerotic Desire in English and Italian Comedy: La Calandria, GI'Ingannati and Twelfth Night" (171-92); and Melinda J.
Calandria Italian American Institute National Center for Urban Ethic Affairs National Conference for Community and Justice National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations National Italian American Business Association National Italian American Foundation National Organization of Italian American Women Order Sons of Italy in America Polish American Congress Society for Italian Culture of Long Island UNICO National Press Contact: Alexandra Preate Michael Tew Political Capital LLC (212) 588-9148 (917) 748-6537 cell apreate@politicalcap.
The next chapter, "Androgynous Doubling and Hermaphroditic Anxieties: Bibbiena's La calandria," examines the cross-dressing, gender bending, and sexual confusion of Bibbiena's play within the context of Renaissance theatrical practice and sexual customs.
In a CANDU reactor, the fuel is cooled with heavy water and is contained in fuel channels that are positioned horizontally in large tank, called a calandria [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].
The first part of the book, designated "The Infranovel," describes Gallardo's studies and residency in Calandria, "a town fun of tradition," where he starts his career.
At the Arak heavy-water research reactor, the core - known as the calandria - "is going to be pulled out and filled with concrete so that it can't be used again," the official said.