Plastic Ball

Plastic Ball

[′plas·tik ′bȯl]
(nucleonics)
A large gamma-ray detector used at colliding-beam accelerators, and consisting of about 1400 lead-glass elements for recording photons that completely surround the point of collision.
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The plastic ball and contents |left in the woods at Honley
Hazard: A black plastic ball attached to the resistance band's door anchor can unexpectedly release and strike the user, posing an injury hazard to consumers.
The plastic ball has the ability to hover thanks to a 90-millimetre-wide drone embedded inside it.
Give you no grip, helps you to slip over that plastic ball, Guarantees you a dramatic fall.
Some of these clowns earning fabulous salaries for a few hours a week running around a football pitch kicking a plastic ball need to take a hard look at themselves and grow up.
com) plans to convert all its 19mm through 31mm body size plastic ball grid array packages to pin-gate molding over the next few years.
Units are available in several different 1/4 turn and unidirectional 1/4 turn models, and a 1/4 turn unidirectional model with integral True Union plastic ball valve.
A GUIDE dog choking on a plastic ball was saved by firefighters.
Just stuff them in a big plastic ball and let them roll across a lake.
You just fill a Play & Freeze plastic ball with ice and salt and mix up your ice cream or sorbet ingredients in the container.
A study launched last month at the University of Texas at Arlington compares a controversial plastic ball introduced in preseason games this summer by the National Basketball Association (NBA) with the previous standard--a leather-covered ball.
Sarnatech BNL has designed plastic ball bearing assemblies for GAF's Master Flow rotary roof turbines that outlast competitive bearings by up to 700%, the UK-based company reports.