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planchet

[′plan·chət]
(engineering)
A small metal container or sample holder; usually used to hold radioactive materials that are being checked for the degree of radioactivity in a proportional counter or scintillation detector.
(materials)
A milled metal disk ready for coining.
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But, as certain tenacities are stronger than others, Athos was forced to hear Planchet recite his idyls of felicity, translated into a language more chaste than that of Longus.
If I had one he would have three hundred thousand livres," said Planchet.
placed Planchet in his rank, like the voice of the sergeant when Planchet was but a
And the chart is there as a proof," added Planchet, who went to fetch from the neighboring wall, where it was suspended by a twist, forming a triangle with the bar of the window to which it was fastened, the plan consulted by the captain on his last visit to Planchet.
Then, taking leave of Planchet, who was scolding his shopmen, even the cousin of Truchen, his successor, the gentlemen set out to pay a visit to M.
And Planchet, with a laugh more frank than cunning, opened a bottle of white wine.
In fact, I believe it will be necessary to fight not a little," said D'Artagnan, with the same tranquillity; "but this time there are two of us, Planchet, and I shall take all the blows to myself.
A speculative country, that is true," said Planchet, -- "a country that I know well.
Here they are, Planchet -- close all the doors tight.
Planchet opened the window as desired, and the gust of tumult which filled the chamber with cries, wheels, barkings, and steps deafened D'Artagnan himself, as he had wished.
Tenders Are Invited for Supply of Low Level Radon Detection System With Bnc Connector, Ss-316 Planchet and Internal Fitting Female Swagelok Connector Model No.
In this text, the deviance (Croix, Planchet & Therond, 2013; Dobson & Barnett, 2008) is used.