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dispenser

[də′spen·sər]
(engineering)
Device that automatically dispenses radar chaff from an aircraft.

dispenser

i. In air armament, a container or device used to carry and release submunitions.
ii. In a liquid oxygen system, the container in which bulk liquid oxygen is stored. The term is used similarly for other fluids.
References in classic literature ?
whose dictatorial looks dispense To Children affluence, to Rushworth sense.
That is all very well," said one of the older foxes; "but I do not think you would have recommended us to dispense with our chief ornament if you had not happened to lose it yourself.
My children," said the Oldest and Wisest Ape in All the World, when he had heard the Deputation, "you did right in ridding yourselves of tyranny, but your tribe is not sufficiently advanced to dispense with the forms of monarchy.
Pray dispense with this jesting, for I have no time, and really no inclination, to be the subject or promoter of mirth just now.
Nell thought that she could sometimes dispense with her own appetite very conveniently; and thought, moreover, that there was nothing either in the lady's personal appearance or in her manner of taking tea, to lead to the conclusion that her natural relish for meat and drink had at all failed her.
Jetting dispenses droplets of fluid from the nozzle tip and propagates them toward the target in precise volumes via the striking motion of a piston over a seat.
When pilot air is applied to the actuator, the pump dispenses the desired volume.
According to the ruling Specsavers went on to state some staff, who carried out dispenses, were qualified either as ophthalmic opticians or as DOs.
The Servo-Flo 801-HV is designed to provide a variety of preset material-dispensing profiles, and dispenses results from 0.
The dispensing tip snaps securely in place and reliably dispenses one drop at a time.
Asymtek's DispenseJet([R]) DJ-9000 jet precisely dispenses an exact amount of wax onto discrete locations on the chip.
System dispenses under nitrogen pressure, instead of using pumps.