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gunbarrel

[′gən‚bar·əl]
(chemical engineering)
An atmospheric vessel used for treatment of waterflood waste water.
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By the late 1980s, Gerald Bull had not only made critical contributions to the Velvet Glove air-to-air missile, he had been the chief architect behind the design of longer gun barrels (and, hence, more accurate weapons), better shaped shells, sabots for submunitions, and the development of base bleeding shells, which serve to reduce aerodynamic drag.
Instead, gangsters use another method to get what's called a 'flash sight picture' by quickly aiming down the side of the gun barrel without perfectly lining it up with the target.
The first large gun barrel to arrive was five-and-a quarter-inch anti-aircraft gun barrel of World War Two vintage; this closely resembled the six-inch guns which were originally used on site and, as such, was placed in the WW1 Barbette gun emplacement.
During testing, the first rifled, cobalt-alloy machine gun barrel ever produced using the "flow forming" process consistently reached high temperatures without degraded performance.
A Train Safe device fits into the gun barrel, blocking the chamber and preventing a live round from being fired.
Hundreds of you sent in pictures of yourselves reading your favourite paper in faraway places and a spectacular shot of Lee astride the gun barrel on HMS Kent in Hong Kong harbour was judged the winner.
tv reported on January 25: "For the second time in less than 48 hours, a Texas Tech student is forced to put two would-be burglars on the other end of a gun barrel.
A Ministry of Defence spokesman said no one was injured in the incident and the gun barrel was recovered.
For instance, the safety certification team was located at Benet Laboratory, where gun barrel stress and fatigue analysis is routinely conducted.
Forensic expert Frank Swann, who was originally hired by Surrey Police to investigate Cheryl James' death, believes she was probably trying to push the gun barrel away from her face when someone shot her.
Soon he was drifting left and going nowhere while the Fran Berry-ridden Zarakash came through on the rails as straight as a gun barrel.