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gassy

[′gas·ē]
(mining engineering)
A coal mine rating by the U.S. Bureau of Mines, applicable when an ignition occurs or if a methane content exceeding 0.25% can be detected; work must be halted if the methane exceeds 1.5% in a return airway.
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Gassy Gus is the latest toy from Fundex Games, an innovative central Indiana toy company that recently christened new Plainfield headquarters.
From the rest of Bonnefoy's windy, sometimes gassy apology I can disentangle four much-hedged propositions: (1) his essays should not be taken as any kind of history of art; (2) his essays should not be taken as interpretive art criticism, the kind that interprets works from within, "in order to discover the meanings and structures that are concealed there"; (3) his essays call into question our habitual conceptual discourse, since "what is essential and specific to great works is their defiance of language"; (4) his essays are an essentially poetic act, "creation from, as it were, within" of an awareness of the desire for Being instead of for Knowing, the poet striving to deal with what he regards as that raw, undivided, unvanquished reality lying beyond language.
The patient may feel gassy and bloated after the procedure.
Try lentils, black-eyed peas, lima beans, chickpeas, and white beans, which some people think are less gassy.
Although the region has a long production history, especially for the gassy parts such as the Wattenberg field and other areas where shallow biogenic gas exists, only recent Niobrara developments using unconventional techniques will be covered.
A pair of giant gassy plumes ejected by the sun four years ago ricocheted off each other like bouncy balls, a new study shows, changing solar physicists' ideas about how these eruptions of charged particles and magnetic fields can behave.
It's difficult to draw extensive conclusions about such super-Earths, whether they're gassy like Jupiter or rocky like Mars, if they'd have a thick or thin atmosphere, because no such mid-range planet exists in our solar system.
In the evening, I drink a small glass of ginger ale but it's a bit too gassy, so I put a bit of whisky in," the Daily Express quoted her as saying.
It was just one of those things, he was a little bit gassy and picked up too soon.
WASP-12b, which orbits a star 1,200 light years away, is too big, hot and gassy to have a surface that supports life.
VM-3, the third core hole well in the Vermont CSG Prospect of the Norwich Park block intersected over 62 metres of gassy coals to a depth of 825 metres including 24.
KARAN BILIMORIA came up with his idea to make a premium lager because he was dissatisfied with the traditional, gassy, bottled lagers served by Indian restaurants.